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Overview, Mission & Vision
Mosquito and Forest Pest Management
Asian Tiger Mosquito
Emerald Ash Borer
Asian Longhorned Beetle
Sudden Oak Death
Thousand Cankers Disease of Black Walnut
Land and Site Development
Trash and Recycling
How Do I...
Problems in My Neighborhood
Illegal Dumping in Storm Drains
Mosquito & Forest Pest Concerns
Erosion, Flood or Drainage Concerns
Missing/Broken Street Name Signs
Compost, Mulch, Topsoil
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Departments & Agencies
WHAT CAN YOU DO TO PROTECT THE TREES ON YOUR PROPERTY?
fall cankerworm life-stages
telltale signs of damage
the preferred host tree species affected by fall cankerworms.
They feed on a variety of trees including: ash, beech, elm, hickory, linden, maples and oaks
. If you are unsure of what tree species you have on your property, these sites offer a guide:
Arbor Day Foundation
Virginia Department of Forestry
Prince William County
Mosquito & Forest Pest Management Branch if you suspect that you have fall cankerworms on your property.
14879 Dumfries Road
Manassas, VA 20112
Email For Assistance
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