A pair of canker worms climb an oak tree in Edgehill Park just across the street from trees that have been banded in residents’ yards. The city of Charlotte says residents should remove bands now, rather than in mid-April. That will allow a beetle climb the trees and eat cankerworms, city arborist Don McSween said.
A pair of canker worms climb an oak tree in Edgehill Park just across the street from trees that have been banded in residents’ yards. The city of Charlotte says residents should remove bands now, rather than in mid-April. That will allow a beetle climb the trees and eat cankerworms, city arborist Don McSween said. John D. Simmons jsimmons@charlotteobserver.com
A pair of canker worms climb an oak tree in Edgehill Park just across the street from trees that have been banded in residents’ yards. The city of Charlotte says residents should remove bands now, rather than in mid-April. That will allow a beetle climb the trees and eat cankerworms, city arborist Don McSween said. John D. Simmons jsimmons@charlotteobserver.com