Emerald Ash Borer Update
by Jack Scratchard on January 11th, 2015

Since we last wrote about this serious invasive insect problem, it has been found in three New Jersey counties (Somerset, Mercer, and Burlington) making it a much more urgent matter. You'll note that we've added an additional section to our services for more information and guidance. If you live within fifteen miles of the known affected areas and have ash trees of value, you may wish to consider treatment. To treat or not to treat will depend on a number of factors. These should include the strategic value of the ash tree in question to the landscape, cost of removal if it dies, your own personal diposition toward the tree(s) and, of course, the treatment cost factors. Silva Guard's state and nationally certified arborists can help with those decisions. Give us a call or email for a free consultation.
Link for attached map above showing areas of infestation:
​​​http://www.emeraldashborer.info/files/MultiState_EABpos.pdf


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