Plant Health Care – Japanese Beetle

Japanese Beetle is an exotic pest that has been a part of our urban forest for many years. They were first discovered in New Jersey in 19161. They are established and prevalent throughout the United States and feed on numerous types of trees and plants. Lindens are highly preferred, but many other trees are impacted […]

PHC on the Lookout – What’s That Chewing on my Tree?

Gnawed branches, stripped bark and clipped twigs are all possible indications of animal damage. The type of damage varies, depending on what’s harming the tree. Much of the damage occurs during the winter months, when food becomes scarce or plant material is needed for nesting or burrowing.  Rodents, such as rabbits and mice cause damage […]