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Watch for The Emerald Ash Borer in Arlington, Virginia

In this Arlington Magazine story, Steve Nagy of The Care of Trees, a Davey company, encourages residents to watch for signs of the emerald ash borer. He also describes the impact he's seen in the area so far and the damage EAB can do.

Nagy works at The Care of Trees office in Dulles, Virginia.

Posted: July 16, 2018 

The emerald ash borer is coming our way and there’s nothing we can do to stop it.

While it may be metallic green and smaller than a penny, the flying beetle is a major destroyer of ash trees. “It doesn’t care if the tree is big, small, sick, dying, young—it knows what an ash tree is and will lay its eggs inside,” says Steve Nagy, a local board-certified master arborist and assistant district manager for The Care of Trees.

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