Now is the time to check for Asian longhorned beetle

If you live in the Northeast, August is the time to check for Asian longhorned beetles or their distinctive holes. After first frost, any adult beetles die, but eggs and larvae may be hiding inside some of your trees waiting for next summer. USDA has eradicated several sites where the beetle was based on homeowner calls.

Read this USDA blog story for more information and for pictures of what to look for.

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