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The following information on bagworm treatment, flower thrips, garden fleahoppers and wooly planthoppers is based on information from N.C. State University and updated for southeastern North Carolina.
A good time for bagworm treatment
Bagworms are now large enough to notice and small enough they have not eaten much, yet! Bagworms have a wide host range; however, in landscapes they are usually associated with arborvitae, cedars, or junipers. Heavy populations can do considerable defoliation.
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