Burn the tree down!... No I'm kidding don't do that. Call a good exterminator or have a qualified landscaper come and remove the tree.
17 year "locusts" are cicadas rather than actual locusts. They feed on tree sap.
If it is a really large tree over 25 feet tall, it is wiser to call a tree service company.
Without locusts, about a ton.
Locusts do not bite or sting, but they can pierce your skin and suck your blood like a mosquito. They do this not because they are biting or stinging you, but because they think you are a tree and want to eat.
Over 100 years =)
You would get away with cutting one large root without killing the tree but you might increase the chances of the tree blowing over in a wind.
Might be the honey locust tree. We have them all over here in WV.
Only if it is a very small tree. Honey locusts have large tap roots, and will not tolerate being in a pot for long. There may however be a way to prune the tap root, but that's a subject for an expert arborist.
Diet in the Wild They eat mainly insects such as moths, locusts, and roaches.
Locusts which are also known as cicadas, serve many different purposes. When they emerge from the ground, they aerate the soil around their host tree. They also serve as food for many animals such as squirrels, raccoons, toads, and birds.
in a tree
Because "oak tree" and "family tree" were already taken.
Large tree must be protected, not killed !
the color Yellow, taken from the kowhai or kowhaiwhai tree, which is a native NZ medium to large shrub with yellow flowers
the sandbox tree
The Oak tree.
At a guess it stops them climbing the tree and eating the leaves, same as putting a strip of copper arroun a pot to stop slugs.
It's your tree.
A small to large tree reaching a height of 120 ft, boles clear to 50 ft, straight a cylindrical, often fluted and irregular; trunk diameters up to 6 to 7 ft over moderately large buttresses.
a small tree and a large tree. the large tree blocks the sun from the small trees under it, therefore they don't get the sunlight they need
There are no natural resources taken from tree kangaroos.
Champa incense contains a semi liquid resin taken from the Ailanthus Malabarcia tree. Nag Champa contains a large proportion of Sandalwood