NORTHLAND OUTDOORS Invasive insect: Emerald ash borer reaches Minnesota
Members of the Minnesota DNR are trying to find a way to delay the spread of the emerald ash borer insect.
The invasive species, which was discovered in Minnesota last summer, lays eggs on the bark of... Posted on 6/30/10 at 3:42 AM
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What is Emerald Ash Borer?
Emerald ash borer (EAB) is a highly invasive, non-native insect that attacks and kills all species of North America... Posted on 6/13/10 at 6:38 AM
As the emerald ash borer threat lingers in Minnesota, one program aims to educate volunteers to take action first by becoming an early warning system.
The First Detector Program was started by the National Plant Diagnostic Network in conjunction with the Animal Plant and Health Inspection Service.
The city of Bismarck has put a plan in place to guard against the emerald ash borer.
City crews will remove weak ash trees from city boulevards and plant other types of trees instead. Residents also are asked not to bring in firewood from other areas, especially from other states and Canada.
A state quarantine has been issued on firewood, ash trees and ash tree products in two Minnesota counties after this week’s discovery of emerald ash borer.
May 16, 2009
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