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What is a Bagworm?


Bagworms are caterpillar larvae that feed on the upper skin of leaves, leaving behind brown spots and weakening plants. It is important to start control methods before a major infestation occurs. Bagworms are most commonly found in the Eastern United States from New England to Nebraska and south through Texas. Once the bagworms have matured and have formed the "bag" most chemical control methods will no longer work. If caught early when the larvae are small and just emerging from the over-wintering bag. Use a concentrated liquid insecticide such as Orthene, Talstar P or Tempo SC Ultra

Please review our Bagworm Control Article  for more information on their life cycle and treatment methods.

Answer last updated on: 10/01/2022

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