We have an Aspen tree that gets some kind of bugs on the leaves. The leaves get really sticky and, by summer, there are wasps and bees swarming around it all the time. It is right next to our neighbors house and along our driveway. The driveway gets this weird stuff all over it and the grounds actually looks darker under the tree from the substance. We've had the tree sprayed in the past, but it doesn't seem to work. What do you suggest?

There is a systemic insecticide that can be applied to the soil at the base of the tree that will be absorbed by the roots and transferred into the foliage. The treatment will provide season long control of aphids, as it is highly effective. This is a process that should be handled with great care. You can click here to make an appointment with one of our professionals.

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