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Discussion in 'Predators and Pests' started by roocrazy, Jun 17, 2010.
im about to cry, we found the first one today. My whole yard is ash trees!
I'm so sorry... That just royally stinks! I am sure you already know this, but here is a link that may help you. http://www.emeraldashborer.info/files/Multistate_EAB_Insecticide_Fact_Sheet.pdf
I have lost over 50 trees. I just cut down as needed for bonefire wood. There is not much you can do but start planting new trees.
I'm sorry. That sucks. We just had to take down our 80 year old ash in our front yard. It was the most beautiful tree on our property, but it dropped dead for no apparent reason like 5 other ashes on our land. We don't have the ash borers because the trees were checked out by an arborist. Ours have a vascular disease brought on by stressful conditions (long drought followed by couple years of too heavy rainfall). Ashes are in serious trouble all over the country. They are going the way of the elm. There is a big push to try to save the ash in our area because there have been so many casualties.
Call an arborist to see if they can help you save your trees. We waited too long and couldn't save ours. Good luck.