Lace Bug: Pretty Pests That Make for Ugly Plants

Lace Bug: Pretty Pests That Make for Ugly Plants

Are the leaves on your plants looking less than desirable these days? A reddish-orange color on the undersides of the leaves on your trees and shrubs is a good sign that you are dealing with lace bugs. These tiny insects can ruin the appearance of your landscape once...
How to Bag Those Bagworms

How to Bag Those Bagworms

A butterfly emerging from a cocoon is a magical sight. Witnessing it spread its wings, the beautiful colors stretching out in the sun for the first time, it’s mesmerizing. But, somehow that sense of awe doesn’t translate when a black, fuzzy moth emerges from its bag....
All About Aphids

All About Aphids

Aphids are soft-bodied insects that use their piercing sucking mouth-parts to feed on plant sap. As they feed, aphids secrete large amounts of a sticky fluid known as honeydew. This sweet syrup-like substance drips onto plants, attracting ants and promoting a black...
Emerald Ash Borer: The Warning Signs

Emerald Ash Borer: The Warning Signs

Good’s Tree and Lawn Care is on the frontline of protecting your trees from invasive species. One of the most dangerous pests found in local trees is the Emerald Ash Borer. The Emerald Ash Borer is an emerald green beetle that originates from Eastern Asia. It’s known...
A Guide to Deer Barriers and Repellents

A Guide to Deer Barriers and Repellents

South central Pennsylvania has a whitetail deer overpopulation problem. There is a decrease in the number of hunters going into to the woods each fall and continued development pressure is decreasing the area of natural areas for deer to subsist. Due to these...
No, Deer

No, Deer

In any successful marriage, the phrase “yes, Dear” will become prominent. However, when it comes to the marriage between the health of your landscaping and the common whitetail deer, we must resoundingly say “no, deer.” While the vision of a herd in your backyard can...