This well-known parasite in oak trees is a caterpillar that gnaws on the leaves and eventually forms a nest resembling a spider’s web.
Solution for the control of oak processionnaires
There is practically no known and effective anti-parasite.
To preserve the environment, all you have to do is cut down the branches on which the nests perch in order to destroy them.
Find out how fight against the processionary caterpillar oak
You can also find our caterpillar control tips
Take great care when you cut the branches because the hairy hairs of the caterpillar are very stinging, both for you and for your dog, cat or any other animal living in your home!