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    John D. Simmons - jsimmons@charlotteobserver.com
    A pair of cankerworms climb an oak tree in Edgehill Park just across the street from trees that have been banded in resident's yards. Cankerworms are hatching once again. It's too late to stop them (that must be done in December by banding trees), but there are ways of treating trees to kill the worms. Charlotte city arborist Don McSween says no spraying is planned this year.
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    John D. Simmons - jsimmons@charlotteobserver.com
    Cankerworms climb an oak tree in Edgehill Park just across the street from these trees that have been banded in resident's yards in the 800 block of Edgehill Road North. Cankerworms are hatching once again. It's too late to stop them (that must be done in December by banding trees), but there are ways of treating trees to kill the worms. Charlotte city arborist Don McSween says no spraying is planned this year.
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    John D. Simmons - jsimmons@charlotteobserver.com
    A cankerworm climbs an oak tree in Edgehill Park just across the street from trees that have been banded in resident's yards. Cankerworms are hatching once again. It's too late to stop them (that must be done in December by banding trees), but there are ways of treating trees to kill the worms. Charlotte city arborist Don McSween says no spraying is planned this year.
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    John D. Simmons - jsimmons@charlotteobserver.com
    Cankerworms climb an oak tree in Edgehill Park just across the street from trees that have been banded in resident's yards in the 800 block of Edgehill Road North. Cankerworms are hatching once again. It's too late to stop them (that must be done in December by banding trees), but there are ways of treating trees to kill the worms. Charlotte city arborist Don McSween says no spraying is planned this year.
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    John D. Simmons - jsimmons@charlotteobserver.com
    A pair of cankerworms climb an oak tree in Edgehill Park just across the street from trees that have been banded in resident's yards. Cankerworms are hatching once again. It's too late to stop them (that must be done in December by banding trees), but there are ways of treating trees to kill the worms. Charlotte city arborist Don McSween says no spraying is planned this year.
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    John D. Simmons - jsimmons@charlotteobserver.com
    A cankerworm climbs an oak tree in Edgehill Park just across the street from trees that have been banded in resident's yards. Cankerworms are hatching once again. It's too late to stop them (that must be done in December by banding trees), but there are ways of treating trees to kill the worms. Charlotte city arborist Don McSween says no spraying is planned this year.
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    John D. Simmons - jsimmons@charlotteobserver.com
    A cankerworm climbs an oak tree in Edgehill Park just across the street from trees that have been banded in resident's yards. Cankerworms are hatching once again. It's too late to stop them (that must be done in December by banding trees), but there are ways of treating trees to kill the worms. Charlotte city arborist Don McSween says no spraying is planned this year.
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