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Common Problems of Ash Trees

Laura Jesse , Mark Shour , Mark Gleason , Jesse Randall , Jeff Iles , Donald Lewis

Many ash tree problems can be mistaken for emerald ash borer infestation. Before removal or needlessly treating with pesticides, use this diagnostic guide to distinguish emerald ash borer injury from other common problems of ash.

Pages / Length: 8
Publication Date: 01/2011
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