P.O BOX 200084,Nakawa

Zumark Enterprises Limited.

Pest control services in Seeta, Kampala

Mukono fumigation services

Pest control services in Seeta, Kampala

Call +256 784 539 599 (Whatsapp) or +256 756 178 784 for pest control services in Uganda,Seeta, Kampala,info@zumarkenterprisesltd.com

Areas we serve include;

  • Kayini
  • Kitale
  • Kituula
  • Namanoga
  • Namuganga
  • Goma
  • Kasawo
  • Kimenyedde
  • Kkome Islands
  • Kyampisi
  • Mukono Tc
  • Nabaale
  • Nagojje
  • Nakisunga
  • Nama
  • Ntenjeru
  • Ntunda

Pest control services we offer include;

  • Pests
  • Rats
  • Fleas
  • Bedbugs
  • Cockroaches
  • Bats
  • Preconstruction
  • Termites
  • Pests Fumigation Services
  • Rats Fumigation Services
  • Fleas Fumigation Services
  • Bedbugs Fumigation Services
  • Cockroaches Fumigation Services
  • Bats Fumigation Services
  • Preconstruction Fumigation Services
  • Termites Fumigation Services
  • Pests Pest Control Services
  • Rats Pest Control Services
  • Fleas Pest Control Services
  • Bedbugs Pest Control Services
  • Cockroaches Pest Control Services
  • Bats Pest Control Services
  • Preconstruction Pest Control Services
  • Termites Pest Control Services

Reference meeting points include;

  • Namanve
  • Bukeerere
  • Namilyango
  • Namilyango College
  • Mukono Health Centre IV
  • Namugongo
  • Uganda Christian University
  • Bweyogerere           
  • Namanve Coca Cola Plant
  • East African Medical Vitals
  • Global Paper Limited
  • Kampala Cement Company Limited
  • Katosi Water Works
  • Tian Tang Group
  • Absa Bank Uganda Limited
  • Centenary Bank
  • DFCU Bank
  • Ecobank
  • Equity Bank Uganda Limited
  • Finance Trust Bank
  • Housing Finance Bank
  • Stanbic Bank Uganda Limited
  • United Bank for Africa
  • Opportunity Bank Uganda
  • Pride Microfinance Limited
  • FINCA Uganda Limited
  • Sezibwa River
  • Lake Victoria
  • Ssekabaka Kintu's Palace at Dindo
  • Kampala–Jinja Highway
  • Kampala–Jinja Expressway
  • Mukono–Kayunga–Njeru Road
  • Mukono–Kyetume–Katosi–Nyenga Road
  • Tondeka Metro Bus Service
  • Uganda Christian University
  • Namilyango College
  • Mount Saint Mary's College Namagunga
  • Uganda Campus of Limkokwing University of Creative Technology
  • Namanve Power Station
  • Mukono Health Centre IV
  • Naggalama Hospital
  • Kampala Southern Bypass Highway

Commonly asked questions.

How do you get rid of caterpillars on trees?

If you have an infestation of caterpillars, you can use a dormant oil spray on susceptible trees in late winter to smother the eggs before they hatch in early spring. Dormant oils are thick oils used mainly on fruit trees to control overwintering eggs, mites, scales, and other insects.

How do I keep caterpillars from eating my trees?

How to Control it

  1. Manually Remove Egg Masses. Before the caterpillars hatch (in winter or early spring), you can manually scrape the egg masses off the lower parts of the tree and dispose of them.
  2. BTK Spray Treatment. ...
  3. TreeAzin Injection. ...
  4. Tree Banding. ...
  5. Nematodes. ...
  6. Remove Tents.

How do you get rid of caterpillars on trees naturally?

Restrict caterpillar movement and cut off access to feeding areas with Sticky Tree Bands or Tree Tanglefoot Pest Barrier. The natural, soil dwelling bacterium Bacillus thuringiensis or Bt-kurstaki is particularly effective on inch worms of all types.

What do you do for a caterpillar infestation?

Use a microbial insecticide that won't hurt bees, beneficial insects, or wildlife. It's called bacillus thuringiensis or BTK. It kills only caterpillars when they eat leaves that have been treated. If you are expecting caterpillars or see signs of them, treat your plants in advance

Do caterpillars destroy trees?

Feeding by forest tent caterpillars generally does not kill deciduous trees, as they can produce another set of leaves during the same season. Healthy trees can tolerate two to three consecutive years of heavy defoliation. Trees may be killed: If the same tree has been heavily defoliated for four or more years.

How long does caterpillar infestation last?

Infestations happen in cycles of every 10-12 years and can last up to 3 to 6 years. The end of an outbreak is associated with an increase in disease (typically viruses) in the population

Why do caterpillars cluster on trees?

Eastern tent caterpillars practice behavioral thermoregulation, taking active steps together to control their body temperature. If they need to warm up, eastern tent caterpillars may bask in the sun on the outside of their tent. Usually, they'll huddle together in tight clusters, to minimize the impact of the wind

What can I spray on caterpillars?

You can spray them and other pest caterpillars on your ornamentals with Ortho® BugClear™ Insect Killer for Lawns & Landscapes or Ortho® MAX® Malathion Insect Spray Concentrate. Before spraying any insect control product, always read the label to be sure your pest and plant are listed.

How do you make natural caterpillar spray?

Chop four large onions, two cloves of garlic, and four hot chillies. Mix them together and cover with warm, soapy water and leave it to stand overnight. Strain off that liquid and add it to five litres of water to create an all-round insecticide.

How do I get rid of caterpillars on my oak tree?

If you are convinced that your oak tree has been infested with caterpillars, you can spray it with a nontoxic pesticide or microbial spray such as Bacillus thuringiensis. Although caterpillar webs can be a put-off, do not resort to using any spray that will harm all insects on the tree

How do I keep caterpillars off my plants?

Use garden netting to prevent butterflies laying eggs on your vegies in the first place. This will eliminate the need to pick off the caterpillars or use sprays later on. Most garden netting is lightweight and can be laid straight on top of the vegetables, without impeding growth.

How do I keep caterpillars from eating my plants naturally?

Prevent

  1. Net plants where practical, with a weave small enough to stop moths or butterflies of pest species laying eggs on your plants.
  2. Break the life cycle by picking off leaves with eggs or small caterpillars (early instars) on them. Pick off large caterpillars (final instar) if there are not too many.

What causes a caterpillar infestation?

When caterpillars emerge from eggs planted by their adult moth or butterfly counterparts, they're hungry. ... Caterpillars of virtually every species prefer to find their way and stay nearby. Common infestation sites include garden plants, trees, brush, stored food (especially grains), and fabrics.

What caterpillars make nests in trees?

The webs, which are best known as cocoons or silken nests, are spun by the two most common pests of deciduous trees: fall webworms and eastern tent caterpillars.

Why are there so many caterpillars outside my house?

It might be because there's just a lot of pollen and a lot of fresh new leaves. And so there's more food for them. And when there's a lot more food, the babies all survive. So that could play a role

What caterpillar makes webs in trees?

The fall webworm (Hyphantria cunea) is the caterpillar of a native moth that makes “unsightly webs” enveloping whole branches. The webs begin to appear in late summer and are active through early fall. They do not cause widespread defoliation and host trees typically survive an infestation.

How do you spray a caterpillar?

To treat against caterpillars, you can spray any plants, trees, and shrubs that the caterpillars eat with either Bonide Thuricide or Dipel Pro. Both products contain a non-toxic bacteria called Bacillus thuringiensis that destroys the stomach lining of the caterpillars.

\What month do caterpillars come out?

They are laid throughout much of eastern North America from late April through June. They do not undergo reproductive diapause. Generation 2 larvae are widely distributed throughout the eastern United States, first beginning to appear in the south in early May, and in the north in mid to late May.

What animals eat caterpillars?

They are an ideal food for birds. Caterpillars are found in almost all climates across the world; owing to this, their predators are abundant. Apart from birds, human beings, ladybird beetles and yellow jackets eat caterpillars.

Do caterpillars come down from trees at night?

Larvae in stages 1-3 stay on the leaves day and night. Once they reach the fourth instar, however, they move off the foliage to the crotches or underside of the branches or on the dark areas of the bark or they come down from the trees for shelter during the day and feed only during the evening and part of the night.

What does it mean when there are lots of caterpillars?

There is an old folklore about caterpillars. ... The woolly bear caterpillar tells if it is a bad winter if there are a lot of them crawling around, if he has a heavy coat and if the black band on his back is wide. The more black than brown he is or the wider the black stripe, the worse the winter.

What are caterpillars attracted to?

Try caterpillar attracting herbs.

Dill, Fennel, and Parsley are all caterpillar attracting herbs and will certainly call these creatures to your yard. Butterflies also enjoy them so you can plan on them returning to visit

What happens if you touch a caterpillar?

In contact with human skin, they can cause pain, rashes, itching, burning, swelling, and blistering. Avoiding caterpillars is best. Remove spines by applying and removing tape to strip the irritating hairs and spines out of the skin.

How long does caterpillar infestation last?

Infestations happen in cycles of every 10-12 years and can last up to 3 to 6 years. The end of an outbreak is associated with an increase in disease (typically viruses) in the population

Why are there so many caterpillars in my backyard?

Some years caterpillar numbers are very high, but most years they may be noticed only by the sharpest-eyed observers. The cycles of up and down appear to be driven by a combination of environmental and natural control factors, like birds and parasitic insects. This may be one of those abundant years.

How do I get rid of caterpillars on my tree?

Kill caterpillars knocked from the tree or crawling around the home by crushing them or placing them in a bucket of warm, soapy water. Sweep up the dead caterpillars and dispose of them. Biological control. Beneficial insects can reduce tent caterpillar populations.

What time of year do caterpillars come out?

They are laid throughout much of eastern North America from late April through June. They do not undergo reproductive diapause. Generation 2 larvae are widely distributed throughout the eastern United States, first beginning to appear in the south in early May, and in the north in mid to late May.

Are caterpillars poisonous to dogs?

Caterpillars are fun to watch and touch, but the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center warns that they can be poisonous to pets. Caterpillars have two types of hair: urticating and stinging. ... Treatment for a pet exposed to a caterpillar is largely symptomatic and supportive.

Why do caterpillars line up?

Processions. Lengthy processions are formed when fully grown caterpillars abandon their host tree in search of pupation sites, when as many as three hundred caterpillars may travel long distances from the natal tree looking for soft soil in which to bury themselves and form cocoons.

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