Bark Lice Responsible For Webbing On Tree Trunks

Dale K. Pollet, Blanchard, Tobie M.  |  9/16/2006 12:38:58 AM

(Radio News 8/28/06) Homeowners may notice thin webbing forming on the trunks of their trees. This webbing and the tiny insects causing it are appearing a little earlier than normal this year, according to LSU AgCenter entomologist Dr. Dale Pollet, who says these signs of bark lice usually aren't seen until later in September. (Runtime: 60 seconds)
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