PPDL Picture of the Week for
February 20, 2012

Bagworms on Yews

Mike Dana, Professor, Horticulture & Landscape Architecture, Purdue University

These warmer than normal winter days provide a perfect opportunity for you to get off the couch, survey your dormant landscape, and if necessary (such as on these yews) spend some quality time practicing sustainable landscape management by hand removal of bagworm bags full of eggs for the next generation of pests.

For more information, see E-27: Bagworms (pdf file)

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Bagworms on yew

Purdue Plant & Pest Diagnostic Lab Purdue Cooperative Extension Service