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DECEMBER 22 2022 /
Did you know that there are up to 25,000 insects living in your Christmas tree, which can breed and multiply long after your tree is completely removed from your house?
The thousands of bugs that typically live in Christmas trees include spiders and mites, aphids, aeglids, scale insects, bark beetles, praying mantes, and sawflies – all carrying a multitude of diseases and germs with them. While you may have had “visions of sugar plums dancing in your heads” this holiday season – there could have been eggs hatching and bugs multiplying throughout your home – leaving a major bug infestation to deal with in the months after the holidays are over – or at least until treated.
There’s nothing that compares to the fresh pine scent and the beauty of a decorated tree, which is why most people love to keep their tree up long after the holidays have passed. This is fine to do, but it’s extremely important to follow these precautions to avoid a pest infestation!
It is our hope that this information is helpful in facilitating a less stressful holiday season for you and your family!