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Return Of The Cicadas

by Douglas L. Bishop on 7/21/2013 09:34




Here's a look at how cicadas cause moderate damage to tender trees--by way of the female adult slitting the bark of tree limbs in order to deposit her eggs. Hopefully, the damage is not so severe that the affected trees will not be able to heal themselves as time passes and the trees continue to grow.

Also read our GardenVoice article: Cicadas: Singers Not Stingers for more information.

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