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Re: Emerald Ash Borer

Think bronze birch borer...this is a near relative. A good site to learn more is
Michigan has been hardest hit so far. Ashes and ash wood are quarantined to the state. Worst of all, there is really no way of effectively treating it.
On Monday, January 26, 2004, at 08:12 PM, Cersgarden@aol.com wrote:

In a message dated 1/26/04 7:52:04 PM, cathyc@rnet.com writes:

<< I would not recommend planting an ash
tree to anyone based on what I have heard about them. >>

Cathy, this is the most used tree in our area. I hope this is not another
elm tree scene.

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