Recognizing Sapsucker Damage on Your Trees

A common cause of tree damage in yards and small woodlands is sapsuckers (Sphyrapicus spp.), which are a species of woodpecker. Sapsucker damage is easy to identify, although it is often mistaken for ...
Author: Zobrist, Kevin
SKU: FS057E
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