- Created: Tuesday, 30 December 2014 09:04
Just because it is early winter in Kansas City doesn't mean all of the insects are dead or hibernating. Some are still looking for shelter. For instance, take the hackberry psyllid. This is a very small flying insect, dark grey with grey patches on otherwise clear wings, which many people mistake for gnats, particularly drain/sewer flies. If you have hackberry trees on or near your property, you can count on seeing them. They may be a nuisance as they try to enter your home, clustering around windows and doors.
What to do about them? Ask your Augustine Services technician to positively identify them, to put your mind at ease. The number to call is 913-362-4399.