SAVE YOUR ASH TREES!
EMERALD ASH BORER- It's all around us and has done major damage. Untreated Ash trees will eventually die and may need to be cut down before they fall over and damage property. Fortunately there are ways of protecting ash trees!
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
What is the Emerald Ash Borer?
Native to Asia, This bug Borers into Ash trees to lay Eggs. The larvae from those eggs is what damages the tree as it eats away the cambium layer under the bark and blocking nutrient dispersal.
How Do I know if the tree is worth saving?
You should consider saving if in a desirable location or next to a building, and if it is in relatively good health (more than half the leaves are still on) Note: they loose the top half first.
How Do I Identify an Ash Tree?
Ash trees have a diamond shape bark and compound leaves. Opposite leaf arrangement. The ends of the branches curl up. Also click THIS LINK
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When should I have the treatment done?
Between April 1st and May 15th
The Arbor Jet Viper System with Tree-age insecticide has proven to be extremely effective. The Ash borer is everywhere and WILL eventually destroy all ash trees unless treated. Call us and we will come out and help you identify which ones can be saved
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