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Currently Infesting Your Area

These pests are a real nuisance and can cause some damage. Be prepared.

SpiderMedium Threat


A little-known fact: All spiders have venom glands, but they seldom bite people. They eat insects, have eight legs, and their bodies are divided into a cephalothorax (head, eyes, mouth and legs) and abdomen, which bears the spiracles.

Powdery MildewLow Threat

Powdery Mildew

Powdery mildew is an equal opportunity troublemaker. Many plants are at risk, and infected ones display blades that appear dusted with flour, with white to gray powder on leaves, and yellowing that leads to dry out and death. Common July to September.

EarwigsMedium Threat


Earwigs are a scary sight with a 3/4-inch reddish-brown body and forceps-like appendages in the rear, but they do not attack humans. They have wings under short, hard wing covers, but they rarely fly.

Poison IvyMedium Threat

Poison Ivy

Known for inflicting itchy rashes on unsuspecting campers, poison ivy is an adaptable, woody perennial weed that forms vines along the ground, and on walls, tree trunks and road edges. Distinguished by leaflets with hairy undersides and woody stems, it features a white, waxy fruit that looks like mistletoe.