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Prevent emerald ash borer now to save trees, money

In this article with the Irondequoit Post, Jacob Young, district manager of Davey's Rochester office, tells readers what they need to know with emerald ash borer being in the area. 

Posted: Oct. 20, 2016

The emerald ash borer is a small, glitter-green insect that has killed more than 50 million ash trees since it was first detected in Michigan in 2002. This invasive insect wreaks havoc on ash trees by feeding on tissue just below the bark.

EAB was recently discovered in multiple locations in Irondequoit. This means homeowners need to pay extra attention to their landscape now if they want to stop the insect from spreading and prevent trees from dying.

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