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Emerald ash borers have been found in neighboring counties and could endanger the ash tree population of Boone County if infected firewood is brought in. [Read More]
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Foresters with the Missouri Department of Conservation, in conjunction with the Missouri and U.S. departments of agriculture, have confirmed the presence of emerald ash borer... [Read More]
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The emerald ash borer continues to spread throughout the state and was found this year in Cole and Callaway counties. [Read More]
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A Rutland city committee is endorsing a plan to remove all the city's ash trees as a precaution to prevent infestation by the invasive emerald... [Read More]
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The Missouri Department of Conservation most recently found the Emerald Ash Borer, which is a specific species of beetle, in Jefferson County. MDC Forester Mark... [Read More]
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In recent years the emerald ash borer has begun killing trees in Boulder County. Researchers began using drones to track the voracious bugs last year.... [Read More]
I think Rutland is premature in cutting all the ash trees in anticipation of the arrival of the emerald ash borer. I understand that it... [Read More]
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The recent plague of the emerald ash borer has resulted in the death of many of the biggest trees on our property. [Read More]
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Crawford and Page Counties are among three in which the emerald ash borer, an invasive pest from Asia, has been discovered recently. [Read More]
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Longmont will be gathering data from drone flights to help determine the spread of the destructive emerald ash borer in parts of a southwest... [Read More]
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