Keep ALB and Other Pests In Check With Healthy Trees

In this story from Landscape Management, Davey provides tips on how to prevent ALB tree infestation.

Published Aug. 21, 2013

ALB USDA

More than 80,000 trees have been cut to a stump and grinded to nonexistence due to Asian Longhorned Beetle (ALB) infestations, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

The invasive pest dons long antennae and white spots on its 1 to 1½ inch-long, black body. It targets 13 types of trees, thermoregulating itself inside and decorating the trunk with dime-sized holes when it chews its way out.

For the full story, visit the Landscape Management website.

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