Pest & Disease ID
Take a look at our past work.
We are often sent pictures and asked to ID many different insects. This is what we believe to be an Apple Ermine Moth Larvae.
Apple Ermine Moth Larvae getting ready to pupate on the underside of limb.
Black-Legged Tick or Deer Tick (Ixodes Scapularus).
Gypsy Moth egg masses and old cocoons.
Gypsy Moth larvae on tree trunk in Bath, Maine.
Browntail Moth winter webs visible in the top of an Oak tree.
Hundreds of Browntail Moth larvae sunning themselves on a warm spring day.
Oak tree tops that have been stripped of foliage by Browntail Moth caterpillars.
Adam performing a trunk injection to treat a clump of Oaks for Browntail Moth.
Our licensed operators performing a foliar application to suppress Browntail Moth caterpillars.
Soil injecting trees near the Phippsburg Elementary School playground for Browntail Moth.
Soil injecting young trees to combat against Browntail Moth.
64-inch DBH White Oak was trunk injected to fight off Browntail Moth caterpillars.
Viper needles installed to trunk inject Red Oak for Browntail Moth Larvae.
Small flowing Crab Apple that seems to have Roundheaded Apple Tree Borer.
Hemlock tree showing lots of needle and branch die-back from Hemlock Woolly Adelgid.
Large historic Ash tree treated with preventative trunk injection for Emerald Ash Borer.
Trunk injecting for Emerald Ash Borer.
Trunk injection treatments are great for trees within 50 feet of water bodies!
Trunk injections area great option for treating trees right up to the water's edge!
Walking out at low tide to soil inject several young Oak and Birch trees on islands at Lookout Point in Harpswell.