When it comes to tree pest control and pest solutions, you are going to want experts on the scene. Even if it’s emergency pest control, we can be out to your property lightning fast. Call a certified arborist for pest control because we understand that there is a balance in maintaining a tree’s natural ecosystem. That is, there needs to be a proper balance between predators and prey, so we don’t just destroy everything and call it good. If you are noticing holes or cracks in your trunk, eaten or shriveled leaves, or even sawdust emerging from the trunk, give Growing Earth Tree Care a call today.

  1. Mosquito Control And Your Yard: What Works

    Mosquitoes and other pests can be a painful nuisance at the best of times, and a serious health issue at the worst of times (i.e. West Nile Virus). Either way, mosquito control requires proper care and attention for your yard, trees, and life in general. Here are some practical tips about what works and what doesn’t when it comes to mosquito prevention and other pest control solutions in the Lou…Read More

  2. Your Home And Tips For Mosquito Control

    In one of our previous posts, we discussed some techniques for the prevention of a mosquito problem in your yard or homestead. Many of them pointed to the same principle: don’t have standing water anywhere in your yard or around your house. In today’s post, we will move beyond simple prevention of the issue, and move into a more well-rounded and integrated approach to mosquito and pest control…Read More

  3. Common Garden Pests Found in the Fall

    Fall is the time of the year when gardeners can breathe a little more. Plants need less irrigation, temperatures are not as hot and many pests have completed the plant-destruction phase of their cycles. Still, there are a handful of pests that make their presence in the fall, so it’s important to be on the lookout. As with all types of viruses and infestations, having healthy plants and a watchf…Read More

  4. How to Control Aphids in Your Garden

    Aphids can definitely mean trouble for garden, even though they are small and rather innocent looking upon first glance. These tiny pests are pear shaped and about 1/16 to ⅜ of an inch long. Aphids have long antennae, and some have wings. They can be a variety of colors, such as green, pink, yellow, black or gray. The nymphs look very similar to the adults, but they are small and wingless. If yo…Read More

  5. How to Manage Flatheaded Borers

    Flatheaded borers are beetle larvae that live just beneath the bark of tree trunks, branches and roots. They are similar to termites in that they dig out tunnels in the wood, and signs of an infestation include sawdust around the tree as well as loose bark that can be pulled apart. Flatheaded borers are small, approximately one-inch in size, and they are white with no legs. The most common type of…Read More