If you have any question about a tree infestation of some kind, it is important to immediately call a ISA Certified Arborist. Especially when it comes to a very high risk pest, such as the Emerald Ash Borer. Emerald Ash Borer is an aggressive tree pest that has been the cause of quarantine for the Ash Trees in the near counties of the Twin Cities, such as Ramsey, Hennepin, Houston, and Winona counties. Calling a professional and certified Arborist at A Tree Service Inc. can help get rid of the pesky intruders with less harm to your trees.
Emerald Ash Borer (EAB)
Identifying Emerald Ash Borer or EAB in the early stages is tough because the signs that there is an infestation tend to not show up for 2 or 3 years after the invasion has occurred. Our certified arborists are experienced and knowledgeable and can guide you through the correct steps to stop and prevent Emerald Ash Borer from coming back and continuing their swarming outbreak. If you see signs or are concerned about a possible EAB infestation, do not hesitate to call, our certified Arborists can come out and help assess the damages. Give us a call today before the Emerald Ash Borer digs in too deep!
Signs of Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) Infestation:
- In the beginning stages of an Emerald Ash Borer infestation the top canopy of the tree will thin or show signs of under development, due to an insignificant amount of nutrients and water. The EAB is destroying the vascular structure of the tree, which is prohibiting the tree from retrieving and harboring the nutrients it needs to stay full, healthy and living.
- The woodpecker is both beautiful and annoying. This bird is a very useful tool if you may be experiencing an Emerald Ash Borer outbreak. The more woodpeckers in your yard, hammering on your trees, the more likely it is that your tree has a clan of assassins that are attempting to eat your beautiful tree from the inside out.
- New sprouts at base of tree.
- There will also be signs of small D-shaped holes in the bark of your tree.
- S-shaped pattern in the tree bark.
- The presence of Adult Emerald Ash Borer or Larvae
Common Tree’s for EAB | Preventing/Restoring an EAB Infestation
The most common tree’s that have been infected by EAB are Green Ash, White Ash, Blue Ash, and Black Ash. Without taking care of the problem, residents lay at risk while the Emerald Ash Borer will continue to grow rapidly and infest more vegetation in its path. Help us prevent the spread of EAB and give us a call to have a certified Arborist come in and inspect your Ash trees.
Emerald Ash Borer Treatment & Tree Removal in Minnesota
Calling a certified tree worker by the International Society of Arboriculture is your best option. We are passionate about keeping local Minnesota trees and landscape fully protected and beautiful for generations to come. Give us a call today for an inspection at 612-724-6045!