Is there a remedy for bark beetles?


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The bark beetle attacks coniferous trees

To anticipate the question from the headline: No, a Remedy for bark beetle there is not any. At least not for the hobby gardener. Since a bark beetle usually occurs in forests, it is there extensively fought with insecticides. However, such funds are not provided for private use.

Bark beetle attack on coniferous trees

The problem with the bark beetle is that it is usually only discovered when it is already too late. He attacks coniferous trees. And you can see that from the inside, the branches are getting thinner and the needles are getting brown.

If you discover that, then you can do nothing for that tree except to cut it. And that should be done very quickly to protect the rest of the surrounding trees.

The bark beetle flies after hatching - to the next tree. So: fell tree (do not forget permission), burn bark and wood. Alternatively, you can of course also order, which is advisable from a certain tree size.

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