Carpenter ant wake-up call!

Carpenter ant wake-up call 2017! We are quickly approaching the time of year when over-wintering carpenter ants will begin to respond to our lengthening of days and start to scavenge for sources of food and water. In particular, the ants that have been potentially over-wintering inside our warm homes. It is not unusual to hear…

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The Balsam Wooly Adelgid

Here in the Great Northwest, we love our evergreen trees. If you’ve planted Douglas fir, Spruce, Pine, or one of the many other conifer species that thrive here, in your landscape, you’ve likely enjoyed a high degree of plant survival. Most conifers will march along for years without being bothered by an insect or disease…

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These underground creatures endemic to the Pacific Northwest can create problems for those who desire an attractive lawn and shrubbery. Those piles of dirt on top of your lawn are a result of a mole doing one of two things:  creating a feeding runway, or cleaning one out.  The food source for a mole is…

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