And they came tumbling down: Stability of infested ash trees

John Ball, Forest Health Specialist, South Dakota State University Author
04/10/2017 Added
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What happens if we don’t remove trees killed by emerald ash borer? Unlike cottonwoods and other trees that may stand for decades after dying, ashes killed by emerald ash borer soon become unstable and brittle. This means that communities must take prompt action to remove emerald ash borer killed trees before the trees become a hazard to people and property. This session will cover the management of these dead trees.



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