Where Do Emerald Ash Borers Spend Their Winters?

We continue to apply our Annual Fall Insect Control Soil Injection treatments to ash trees that will provide season-long protection from the emerald ash borer next year (2011). We also apply this treatment to target insects which attack other trees and shrubs, including birches, honey locust trees, boxwood shrubs, and magnolias. Call our office at 216-381-1700 or email me at llanphear@forestcitytree.com if you and ash tree(s) or one of these other trees or shrubs in your landscape.

Poster shows life cycle of the emerald ash borer as it hatches and matures during the 12 months of the year, from egg to larva to adult.

For more information about the Life Cycle of the Emerald Ash Borer, Click Here.


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