In this Steele County Times story, Eric Foley of Maier Tree & Lawn, a Davey company, details what emerald ash borer has done to the local ash trees since arriving in 2013. He covers what signs of EAB you should watch for, how to protect your tree and what trees to plant if you need to remove an ash.
Posted: July 11, 2018
They’re non-native insects imported from Asia. They are detrimental to the structure of Ash Trees, and they’ve become widespread across the United States. They’re the Emerald Ash Borers (EAB), and they need to be stopped.
Eric Foley of Maier Tree & Lawn states that EAB were first found in Minnesota in 2013 and have since destroyed an alarming number of our trees.