An Insect That Bores Holes in a Magnolia Tree

The magnolia borer attacks young trees just above the soil line. The magnolia tree is also bothered by the tulip-poplar weevil that attacks the leaves and scale insects that infest twigs and leaves, otherwise it is pest-free.

Keywords: magnolia tree, magnolia tree borer, magnolia insects

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Regina Sass has been a writer for 10 years, penning articles for publications in the real estate and retail industries. Her online experience includes writing, advertising and editing for an educational website. Sass is a member of the Society of Professional Journalists.