Bagworms infest many trees and shrubs in the Triad area. Bagworms are bad worms. They are often unseen, hidden under leaves and branches, and can kill a plant very quickly. They wrap a protective silk shell around themselves and slowly eat away at your plant. You may notice that your tree or shrub has bagworms as soon as it starts to turn brown. If you believe you have bagworms, don't wait to get treated! Call Marsh Brothers today so we can send out a crew member as soon as possible to save your plants from these awful pests! For more information on bag worms, feel free to read this article.
Yes, the grass is growing again, finally! In the first ten days of July we’ve received 1.37 inches of rain compared to 1.81 inches during all of June (Data from the Weather Collector). Keep your lawn healthiest by cutting off no more than a third of the blade at any given time. Keep your mowing height at or above 3.5 – 4 inches, and it will help both discourage weeds and weather some of the more intense summer heat.