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**Elmsavers are licensed to operate by the Department of Primary Industry (DPI) as horticultural and arboricultural pest and disease
control specialists in three states – Victoria, Queensland, Tasmania, and is New South Wales compliant.**

Elm Savers Factsheet
Read and download our factsheets on pests, diseases and treatment methods
  • Sycamore Lace Bug Pest of Plane trees or Sycamore and familiar to many gardeners
  • Oak Aphid and Powdery Mildew Oak aphids are small yellow elliptical insects that congregate on the leaf underside.
  • Insect Treatments for Eucalypts Eucalypts trees are targeted by a number of deadly pests.
  • Moreton Bay Fig Psyllid Treatments Moreton Bay Fig Psyllid mycopsylla fici can cause significant damage and defoliation primarily in Moreton Bay Figs and less so in Port Jackson Fig
  • Monterey Pine Aphid It is now present in all areas across Australia where pine trees are grown
  • Armillaria Treatment Armillaria Luteobubalina is relatively easy to diagnose, its fruiting bodies and spores are distinctive.
  • Birch Leaf Spot Birch Leaf Spot is a foliar leaf disease that affects Birch, Aspen and Cottonwood trees and other members of the Betulaceae family.
  • Cypress Canker Cypress canker is a serious fungal disease that affects certain coniferous species