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Emerald Ash Borer- FREE webinar!!

2019 All Bugs Good and Bad Webinar on Emerald Ash Borer When: Friday, March 1 1:00 pm Central time To Join: https://auburn.zoom.us/j/615766171.   The Emerald Ash Borer  is responsible for millions of dead ash trees in North America causing homeowners, cities, and nurseries many millions of dollars and heartache. Come learn where this exotic pest came from, its life cycle, and management plans being implemented.   This webinar is presented by Lynne Womack, Georgia Forestry Commission. Note: on March 1,  the link to the live webinar opens about 15 minutes before the webinar. If… Read More →

Fig beetles out in high numbers

Have you seen me? These beetles are velvety green, about one inch long and 1/2 an inch wide. The top is a dull green with yellow-brown markings on the wings and the underside is bright, metallic green with yellow-orange markings. Larvae are creamy white, c-shaped larvae with well developed head capsules and legs. Larvae (also called grubs) can grow over an inch in length. Green June beetle. Photo by Drees. Adults are large and conspicuous. They like to eat thin-skinned fruits (such as grapes, peaches, figs and others)… Read More →