If cankerworms wreaked havoc on your trees during spring, there are great odds of that happening again.
As of now, tree pests are settling in for the cold season.
During winters, cankerworms look for a good abode to lay eggs and breed.
Generally, cankerworms find home in big deciduous trees that shed leaves in fall—just like oak and elm trees.
Even caterpillars and worms can damage trees from within.
To prevent these pesky pests from ravaging your trees, keep reading: READ MORE…