Buy Do It Yourself Borers Control, Professional Grade Borers Killer Spray
Borers are the most damaging insects you will come across with regards to trees. These insects include the larval stage of numerous types of wasps and beetles and can be flat headed or round headed and look like skinny grubs. Borer is a fairly generic term that refers to these larval stages which bore through bark and into trees. While insects that defoliate trees can be harmful and quickly strip all leaf tissue (like tent caterpillars), many trees are able to push out new leaves mid-season or the next year and make a full recovery. Borers on the other hand eat away at the cambium layer underneath the bark, where all nutrients in a tree are translocated. Because borers feed on the inside of the tree, many times by the time a borer infestation is diagnosed the tree may already be too damaged to save. In the United States the Emerald Ash Borer and Asiatic Longhorned Beetle are both invasive species of boring insects that have decimated entire tree populations in places like St Louis, MO, and Worchester, MA. Prevention from borers is recommended through the use of systemic insecticides, because treating insect protected by bark on a curative basis can be very difficult. Curative sprays can be used when infestations of borers like Peach borers, Bronze Birch Borers, Mountain Pine Beetles, and similar insects are diagnosed, but results can be limited based on how much damage has occurred. When it comes to trees infested by the Emerald Ash Borer or Asiatic Longhorned Beetle, often times the tree must be cut down, chipped, and burned in the effort to stop the spread of these very harmful species. Because of this, the preventative treatment of susceptible trees with systemic insecticides is highly recommended. When looking for how to prevent borer damage or treat an infestation, professional grade insecticides are your only option to get successful treatment of these incredibly harmful pests when you do your own pest control.
Acelepryn – Liquid Grub Control
Acelepryn is the latest in preventive grub control and has quickly become the industry standard. Acelepryn is one of the safest insecticides you can apply, and doesn’t even have a Caution word on its label. In addition to being the best control available for preventing white grubs, it is pollinator-safe, a huge improvement over older products for our environment. Over the last few years its no secret the most common preventive grub control on the market has started to show break through, particularly in areas with populations of the Oriental Beetle. Acelepryn does a great job on all white grub populations when applied early enough and watered in. When used according to instructions, Acelepryn is without question the best product available today to prevent grub damage and activity on your lawn. Even better, this 4 oz packaging allows homeowners to now use the same liquid formulation that was previously only available to professionals, golf courses, and sports turf. This liquid formulation is also excellent for control of carterpillars, bag worms, lacebugs, aphids, birch leafminer, and borer larvae on ornamental plants in the landscape and in greenhouses.