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2 Comments

  1. Bella says:

    I just want to say that I have looked all over the web for days for information on the white webs that appeared on my Elm trees out of nowhere it seems, and only today did your website show up in my search with the ONLY explanation as to what the issue is. I Thank you! The only bad thing is just today I decided, (after watching a few wasps flying around these nests) was to spray them only to read in your info that the wasp was one of the insects that actually feed on these things and could possibly help it. In any case you make it sound like they should be okay. I hope so. The trees are about six years old, very large and seemingly healthy. Have never had this problem before so I do hope all will be well. Thanks again.

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