ash borer


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ash borer

n.
An insect whose larvae bore into ash trees and related species, especially an emerald ash borer.
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"A large portion of the trees to be removed are dead ash trees impacted by the emerald ash borer or elm trees that have likely succumbed to Dutch elm disease," she said.
The emerald ash borer (Agrilus planipennis) isn't much to look at: a slim beetle with big eyes and short antennae, about 1/3 inch in length.
Stein, who has on staff certified arborists and other tree care specialists, already holds a certification to treat for the destructive emerald ash borer and now has completed the necessary course and earned an official permit to work in spotted lanternfly quarantine areas in both Pennsylvania and Delaware.
The emerald ash borer, Agrilus planipennis Fairmaire (Coleoptera: Buprestidae), a highly destructive pest of ash (Fraxinus L.) (Oleaceae), was discovered initially in North America in 2002 near Detroit, Michigan, USA.
The culprit is the emerald ash borer, an exotic beetle that showed up near Detroit, Michigan, in 2002.
And the threat to the black ash tree is a bug--a beede that goes by the name of the emerald ash borer. The beede, originally from Asia, has utterly destroyed 26 percent of the black ash trees in the Lower Peninsula over the past few years.
After planting, we head north to a different location to learn about the impacts of the emerald ash borer (EAB).
As the emerald ash borer (EAB) continues to devastate ash tree populations across the province, researchers at the Great Lakes Forestry Centre (GLFC) in Sault Ste.
The emerald ash borer, a voracious and destructive beetle, has killed tens of millions of ash trees across North America since 2002.
Unfortunately, these valuable trees are threatened by the emerald ash borer (EAB).
threat ASH TREES ONE of Britain's most common trees is under threat from a combination of fungal disease and the emerald ash borer beetle according to a major new survey.