How do I kill tree borers?


A pesticide with the chemical Imidacloprid is known to kill borers. The list of insects that fall in the line of tree borers is long. Other than pesticide to manage or resolve an infestation make sure to chop off dead branches and keep shrubbery maintained. Try this link for product usage and information.
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1. Use products containing chlorpyrifos, lindane or endusulfan to kill tree borers. 2. Spray the entire trunk and branches of the infested tree. Though the insecticides cannot reach
Borers are difficult to get rid of. It depends on how infested your tree is. Then it depends on what variety of borer you have infesting your tree. It could be roundheaded borers,
1. Drill as many 1-inch holes through the top of the tree stump as you can. Drill down as deep as the drill will allow. 2. Hose off the tree stump as well as the surrounding area,
1. Attach a 1 1/2 inch drill bit to an electric drill. 2. Drill a series of holes into the top of the tree stump. Make each hole on a 30- to 45-degree angle and 10 inches deep. Space
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There are many types of tree borers. Once you identify which ones they are then you can find a solution to get rid of them. You can prune out the bad branches to kill many of the borers.
To get rid of a current infestation of tree borers you want to apply a trunk spray since they live inside the trees. You cannot use a regular insecticide because it will only affect any that have come to the surface. It's important to keep the tree well hydrated since borers only go after trees affected with drought.
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