Bonsai trees and shrubs in your yard, on the other hand, are at the top of the list for the eradication campaign.

But it’s a tall order. 

If you want to stop it, there are still a lot of things you can do.

Here are 10 tips to get you started:1.

Don’t put any branches into the ground.2.

Don�t pick up and throw away any of the branches. 

There are a number of reasons for this.

It could be because you’re a tree hugger, you don’t like the way the branches get tangled in the ground, you�re allergic to branches, or you don�t like the heat. 

3.

Use a small tree that doesn�t attract insects. 

This will help you avoid a host of other bugs. 

4.

Get a big mulch and spread it on the ground where you can get to it easily. 

That way, the tree can be easily removed if needed.5.

Avoid picking up the branches from the ground when you are outside.

It can be difficult to remove a tree if you are inside and you don´t know what you are doing. 

6.

Get an insect repellent.

Insects can be attracted to the wood and the wood can attract them.7.

Don´t forget to wash the soil around the roots of your trees before you plant them.

It will help them retain moisture.8.

Get regular soil changes and water.

You can get them by adding a bucket of water to your garden. 

9.

Do not spray your plants with water.

It kills the roots and can cause the roots to rot. 

10.

Put some fertilizer around your plants to make sure they are watered.

It helps the plants to stay alive.