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Old 07-08-2010, 06:40 AM
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Bag worms/web worms

who knows how to kill these little bastards? I swear nothing i have tryed works other than pulling them off and burning them in the burn barrel. But the trees are too big to do this now.
I have planted a line of cedars for a north wind block and they are killing them! These god forsaken trees are over taking the state and bag worms pick mine to chew on? WTF?
Any ideas?
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Can of WD-40 & a lighter???
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My neighbor shoots them with his shot gun, cleans the nest right out.
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Call Davey Tree.
They have the sprayer capible of 1000PSI at I am not sure the volume but it will kick yo ace and Roll a angry dog down the road. I cant remember what we used for the Bag worm. If we sprayed Talstar or did a cambiam injection.
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Can of WD-40 & a lighter???
I have actually used a propane torch before...but the trees are getting too tall for that and they are kinda dry - thise things go up like gunpowder when they catch fire.
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My neighbor shoots them with his shot gun, cleans the nest right out.
Nest?
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I think once they get out of the larvae stage they are pretty damn hard to kill

I cant remember what we used on them at my dads house, but we both had to get an applicators license to use it.

I will call him later and find out
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Oh, are you sure you have bag worms or do you mean web worms?

Bag worms:



Web worms:
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Old 07-08-2010, 07:32 AM
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I think once they get out of the larvae stage they are pretty damn hard to kill

I cant remember what we used on them at my dads house, but we both had to get an applicators license to use it.

I will call him later and find out
Probably Dursban.
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who knows how to kill these little bastards? I swear nothing i have tryed works other than pulling them off and burning them in the burn barrel. But the trees are too big to do this now.
I have planted a line of cedars for a north wind block and they are killing them! These god forsaken trees are over taking the state and bag worms pick mine to chew on? WTF?
Any ideas?
Im an arboristand when and if i come across them if you can get close to the bag/web then good ol' wasp spray works well the remove the limb affected if you can.Do you have any photos of the afected airea?
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[QUOTE=stroken04;1971344]Oh, are you sure you have bag worms or do you mean web worms?

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Thats the ones....
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