Elm seed bugs first appeared on the Western Slope in 2017. When the temperatures begin to warm up, the adults mate and lay their eggs on developing elm seeds. The elm seed bug activity continues through the warm months and into the fall.
Many people claim there is not much that can be done for elm seed bugs, but we have done extensive research and product testing and have come up with a very effective treatment program. For optimum protection, season-long control is highly recommended. Our staff can help you select the program that is right for you. Contact us today and let’s get your elm seed bugs under control!