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One Year Later, Ash Borer Threat Remains in Goodhue County, Minnesota

In this Red Wing Republican Eagle story, Ryan Brick of Maier Tree & Lawn, a Davey company, shares how the area's ash trees are fairing one year after emerald ash borer was found in Red Wing.  

Posted: June 26, 2018

Goodhue County remains under an emerald ash borer quarantine more than a year after the tree-killing insect was identified in Red Wing in March 2017. Experts advise early detection and treatment measures to combat infestations.

"The biggest thing is being able to determine whether you have an ash tree," said Ryan Brick of Maier Tree & Lawn. "Preventative measures are the best measures."

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