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Emerald ash borer

Jeffrey Hahn, Extension entomologist
Reviewed 2013
Updated March 2015

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emerald ash borer

What you need to know

emerald ash borer larvae

Emerald ash borer larvae

d-shaped exit hole of emerald ash borer larvae

D-shaped exit hole

Adult emerald ash borer

Adult emerald ash borer

Since 2002, emerald ash borer (EAB) has killed tens of millions of ash trees. With the largest concentration of ash trees in the country, Minnesota has much to protect. Here is what you need to know:

Learn more about emerald ash borer in Minnesota or see the national emerald ash borer site for more information.

Identification

Where is emerald ash borer? When does it emerge?

Management

Urban

Landowners

Tree care providers

Insecticides

General

Resident

Professional applicator

Biological Control

Wasp Watchers

Wood disposal

General

Classes

Contact for more information

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