Does Emerald Ash Borer Treatment Work?

March 18, 2016

Flashback to 2002. A tiny, exotic beetle, identified as emerald ash borer, was just discovered in Michigan.

By 2009, EAB killed an estimated 58 million ash trees in thirteen states, according to Dr. Leah Bauer of the USDA.

EAB was once thought to be a death sentence for your trees. Now, we know it’s not. You can treat EAB and save your ash trees.

Below, we’re answering your most common questions about EAB treatment – with help from our resident EAB expert, Anand Persad of the Davey Institute.


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