Category: Emerald Ash Borer

Are Ash Trees In Denver Still At Risk of EAB Infestation?

It’s been a few years since the Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) was first spotted in the Denver metro area. Since then, the infestation has continued to spread throughout the city. In this article, we’ll provide an update on the latest news and information regarding EAB for Denver homeowners. We’ll describe the local forestry and government actions being taken to help prevent the spread of EAB, as well as some of the measures you can take to protect your own ash trees.

Pests that Infest Ash Trees in Denver: What to Look for and How to Protect Your Trees

As a Colorado resident, you know that our state is known for its beautiful ash trees. Unfortunately, pests are an all too common problem for ash trees in Denver. In this blog article, we’ll identify the most common pests that infest ash trees across the Mile High City, beyond just the Emerald Ash Borer beetle, explain the damage each pest can do, and outline some preventative tree care and maintenance needed to protect your ash trees from pests!

EAB in Denver Trees – How Prevention Measures Can Protect Against the EAB Beetle

It’s that time of year, prime pest-prevention season. We’ve got the latest important updates on the EAB activity in the front range area and tips for how to act now to save your trees.

The Emerald Ash Borer beetle has caused devastation to ash trees in many states, and Colorado is no exception. The dry conditions this year have made the trees more susceptible to EAB infestation, so it is important to take preventative measures now.