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Protecting Ash Trees from Emerald Ash Borer in the Twin Cities

In this Midwest Home story, Travis McDonald of Davey's South Minneapolis, Minnesota, office shares everything you need to know about protecting your trees from emerald ash borer in the Twin Cities. He covers treatment options, how to identify infested ash trees and when to consider removal.

Posted: March 12, 2018

As we move into spring and start thinking about pruning our outdoor spaces, homeowners should be aware of the current infestation in many of Twin Cities neighborhoods.

Many people have seen the destruction emerald ash borers (EAB) have caused to ash trees in St. Paul, or noticed the think bands around trees warning about EAB. St. Paul's parks and recreation department reports 95% of the city has been invested, with more than 10,000 trees removed to date.

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