Bagworms in Newnan , Georgia are caterpillars of a moth species that attack both evergreen and deciduous trees. Bagworms infestations often go unnoticed because their protective bags are mistaken for pine cones or other plant material. Upon inspection, you will see the spindle-shaped protective bag hanging from leaves or branches. They are especially damaging to junipers, spruce, pine, and cedar trees. Because of the larvae stage feeding habits, large infestations of bagworms can strip a tree of its foliage entirely and even cause death in severe cases. Think you may have a case of bagworms in Newnan, Georgia? Call Nature’s Turf today for your free Plant Health Care Estimate!