Cicada Control Netting
Protect trees and bushes with ¼" mesh cicada control netting. The branches of Apple Trees, Arborvitae, Ash, Beech, Berry vines, Crab Apple, Cherry, Dogwood, Fruit Trees, Grape vines, Hickory, Holly, Maple, Lilacs, Magnolia, Peach, Pear, Rose bushes, Spirea, and Willows are vulnerable. Most flowers, herbs and vegetables don't need protection from cicadas.
Kansan Brood IV (17-year cicada) emerges in the Missouri River Valley and Red River Valley states of Iowa, Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri, Oklahoma and Texas in spring and early summer of 2015.
Lower Mississipi Valley Brood XXIII (13-year cicada) emerges in the states of Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi, Missouri, Arkansas and Louisiana in spring 2015 when soil temperatures reach 64 degrees. For additional information click here.
Cicadas, popularly known as locusts, are not harmful to humans. But significant damage to young trees and shrubs can occur when egg-laying females burrow into thin branches. Cicada adults (locusts) are identified by their black bodies and red eyes.
Disposable plastic netting can prevent insects from laying their eggs in the twigs of small trees or shrubs. Please refer to Good Gardening and University of Kentucky Entomology for more information regarding the Cicada insect
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Color: BlackHole Size (in): 1/4 x 1/4Width (in): 168Length (ft): 50Description: Cicada Control Netting 14-ft x 50-ftPMSF: 4Material: PolypropylenePrice:$88.30
Color: BlackHole Size (in): 1/4 x 1/4Width (in): 168Length (ft): 100Description: Cicada Control Netting 14-ft x 100-ftPMSF: 4Material: PolypropylenePrice:$138.00
Color: BlackHole Size (in): 1/4 x 1/4Width (in): 168Length (ft): 200Description: Cicada Control Netting 14-ft x 200-ftPMSF: 4Material: PolypropylenePrice:$230.30