JB>leaves--esp. those of the maples. Will the trees survive this onslaught? DJB>anything, preferably nontoxic, stop them? If something like dormant oil sprJB>would work, I could at least spray my little Japanese maples. On Monday, IJB>will call my arborist. Thanks.
I don't have any help for you and hope they don't migrate here
to Medford. Please keep us advised (except for a Norway maple
tearing up our front sidewalk we like to seen eaten or gone 8-(.
BTW Might you have a gandmother originally from PEI that married
a movie projectonists and settled here in Medford Hillside about
70 years ago?
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Especially in my yard! :-( I will have to use the oil and sticky
stuff this fall and hope that helps. Here I was just looking at
the trees when they leafed out and thinking we had perfect shade
cover. Now, all the trees look ratty. I haven't even had the
heart to look at our two apple trees after I read that article.
From the window, the look bad. I also haven't investigated the
The only good thing I can say is that the most of my Japanese
maples don't look as bad as the other ones. I have to find some
screening to put over my little seedlings though.
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