Tag Archive for: Emerald Ash Borer

Harmful Tree Bugs and How To Get Rid of Them

After a long winter, your tree might be in a weaker state; this means it’s the perfect target for pests come spring. Nature provides you with a lot of protection via predators, but sometimes infestations can get out of control. If you’re not paying attention and controlling your trees, they could end up dead.

Here are four pests that are prevalent in Ontario, and could be coming for your trees. Look for the signs and be ready this fall and next spring! Read more

Keep An Eye Out: Identifying The Emerald Ash Borer

Around 2002, a new backyard villain made its way to Ontario. Starting from a home population in Michigan, this scourge of majestic ash trees invaded Windsor, spread to the London area, and now can be found as far north as Sault Ste. Marie. In little more than a decade and a half, it’s become an invasive species as infamous as the zebra mussel, the Asian carp, and the giant hogweed.

 

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