Eastern Tent Caterpillar Control
Eastern Tent Caterpillars can severely defoliate a tree. Their webs are clearly visible in the Spring. Look for nests or tents in the forks and crotches of trees.
In addition to defoliation which can eventually kill a tree, damage by Eastern Tent Caterpillar can weaken a tree making it more susceptible to invasion by secondary insects and diseases.
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Eastern Tent Caterpillars attack a wide variety of deciduous trees including: Wild Cherry, Apple, Crabapple, Ash, Birch,Maple, Oak and Poplar. The tents are a home base for the Eastern Tent Caterpillar to feed on leaves and potentially defoliate a tree.