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Emerald Ash Borer

February 24, 2017


Evergreen Landscape Management, located in Scottsville, NY, specializes in treatment and tree removal options for ash trees affected by the emerald ash borer, helping clients preserve the look of their property.

The emerald ash borer is an Asian insect that has been causing destruction to millions of ash trees since 2002. These beetles have been found in 18 states where they only attack ash tree species. The insects destroy vital tissue under the tree bark, killing up to half the branches within a year. Most of the canopy of affected ash trees dies within two years after the initial infestation.

If your ash tree develops areas of split bark and dead or dying leaves and branches beginning at the top of the tree, it may be a sign of an emerald ash borer infestation. If any ash trees on your property are affected by these symptoms, it's important to have them treated or removed as soon as possible. A professional landscaper has access to insecticides that can be used for extermination, including products that eliminate beetle infestation when applied in the spring or fall. Other professional-grade products can be injected into the trunk and applied to the tree bark in late spring to combat the infestation. If the ash tree is already dead, tree removal is the best option because brittle limbs are more likely to break, posing a safety hazard.

The professional landscape designers at Evergreen Landscape Management have provided exceptional tree care, hardscaping and lawn care services for over 20 years. Call (585) 889-9300 or visit their Facebook page to learn more about their tree removal services.

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