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emerald ash borer:  

an unwelcome and confusing pest

As a home or commercial property owner with Ash trees, you have management options.  We have made those options easy to understand in the Georgian Tree Experts Guide to Managing Emerald Ash Borer.  It contains everything you need to know to be informed and make decisions.  

Emerald Ash Borer.  Be Informed.  Be Proactive.

Toledo, ohio.  2009

after EAB Attack

 emerald ash borer's exponential growth pattern

The exponential growth pattern of the Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) makes managing this pest particularly challenging.  Research shows that a single female beetle at the start of a new infestation will be responsible for growing the local beetle population exponentially by a factor of 50.  What does this mean?  That same single female beetle will have created a population of 1 trillion beetles 10 years later.  The next year: 50 trillion!  

The result of this growth pattern sees Ash tree mortality stay very low for the first 3-4 years, which then explodes seemingly at once.  After 11 years, virtually all non-treated local Ash trees will die.  

This growth pattern, with relatively low beetle numbers in the first few years, often makes it difficult to discover new infestations.  Once a new infestation is discovered, it is possible that the area's beetle presence may, in reality, be in year 3 or 4 (see graph below).  

Toledo, ohio.  2006

Georgian Tree Experts are your

emerald ash borer professionals

- Specialized focus on Emerald Ash Borer control and management using Ecoject system and TreeAzin injectable insecticide

- Licensed by the Ministry of the Environment in the management of insect and other pest disturbances

- If treated early, your Ash trees can be preserved.  And better yet, treatment is usually 5-10 times less expensive when compared to removal/replacement options!   

For information on Ash tree preservation, or to book your free Ash tree treatment quote, call us today at 705.241.5711  

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