Is Ohio’s War Against the Emerald Ash Borer Over?

As reported in the Cleveland Plain Dealer today (Tues 09/21/2010), the Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) insect has now been found in all eighty-eight (88) of Ohio’s counties.

Ash trees in your landscape CAN be protected from attack by the EAB.  We are applying our annual insect control soil injection treatments now which will protect ash trees from EAB attack in the ’11 season.  These treatments have been shown to be over 90% effective in protecting ash trees.  Forest City Tree Protection uses this same treatment to protect honey locust trees from aphids, plantbugs, and calico scale; birch trees from borers, leafminers, & aphids, and magnolias from magnolia scale.  Contact our office at 216-381-1700 or via email to llanphear@forestcitytree.com to have an arborist inspect the ash, honey locust, birch, and magnolias in your landscape and provide a no-obligation quote for an annual Fall Insect Control Soil Injection application.

Ohio’s war against the emerald ash borer is over: the bug won | cleveland.com.

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