Emerald Ash BorerThe Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) is considered one of the most destructive forest pests ever seen in North America and have now been found in Sangamon County. EAB only attack species of North American ash trees. Universities and professionals are suggesting injecting your ash trees to protect them from EAB infestation. We use the only insecticide know to stop these pests! Once EAB infects your ash trees, it’s too late to treat.
EAB adult beetles are bright, metallic green and about 1/2 inch long with a flattened back.
EAB adult beetles leave a small D-shaped exit hole in the bark when they emerge in Spring.
EAB larvae create long serpentine galleries that weave back and forth across the woodgrain.
Several woodpecker species feed on EAB larvae. Heavy woodpecker damage on an ash tree could be a sign of EAB infestation.
Call now and let your local tree and shrub professionals help protect your ash trees!