Plant Insects

We treat trees, shrubs, and flowers for destructive insects. Leaving the beneficial insects and pollinator insects in peace.


Lace bug damage on Rhododendrons and Azaleas can be devastating to a landscape. These little guys suck the chlorophyll (green plant juice) out of the plant, leaving it with no way to get energy from sun. Ultimately killing the plant.

Rhododendron Before Treatment

Rhododendron Before Treatment

After carefully treating the plant for the insects, the pollinators that come in to forage will not be harmed, lady bugs and beneficial will be safe as well! 

 

Rhododendron after treatment

Rhododendron after treatment

 

 

 

Lace bug damage can be viewed from below where they live. They use their excrement to cover their eggs which they lay multiple times a year. 


Mites feed on all types of plants such as arborvitae, skimmia, roses, etc. Mites weaken and yellow the plant, making it susceptible to diseases and death.

Before Treatment

Before Treatment

Mites are alot like other destructive insects. They suck the chlorophyll (plant juice) out of the plant, and it makes it impossible for the plant to photosynthesize (live).

When treated correctly, the mites are suppressed and the plant is allowed to grow and flourish.

5 months after Treatments

5 months after Treatments


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503.806.0636

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