Ash Trees Across Colorado are at Significant Risk from the Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) Beetle
Imagine an inch-long shiny green beetle drilling long tunnels through an ash tree’s vascular system. That’s the emerald ash borer (EAB) beetle. The EAB first arrived in Michigan from shipping materials made in China. Since 2002, the EAB started spreading devastation across the U.S. all the way to the Rocky Mountain region.
The first ash trees to die from EAB infestation in Colorado were in the Longmont area in 2017. The infestation continues spreading down in the Denver metro area and the EAB is likely headed to your own backyard soon.
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The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago, but the best time to protect your ash trees against the EAB was yesterday. Early detection and rapid treatment is the best approach to boosting your tree’s immunity. Our EAB preventative treatment lasts for two years.
Now Is the Time to Protect Your Ash Trees.
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