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Identifying Bagworms

“What is my shrub dying and what are those “pinecone” things hanging from the branches?” We hear that a lot in this area, especially in this extreme heat when your trees are already in a stressed state.

If you do see bags made out of needles or leaves on a woody plant that is defoliated the chances are you have bagworms. Bagworm caterpillars make distinctive 1.5 to 2 inch long spindle-shaped bags that can be seen hanging from twigs of a variety of trees and shrubs. Continue reading

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