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Fall Strategies To Control Spring Pests

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Take steps this fall to prevent insect infestations on trees and shrubs next spring. By using a systemic insecticide, you can arm plants with ongoing protection against insects up to 12 months. If your trees and shrubs were home to aphids, caterpillars (including webworms and tent caterpillars), adelgids, borers, leafminers, scale or other pests in the past growing season, applying a systemic in fall can prevent problems next year. Learn more about systemic pest control.

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