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Other Problems of Ash Trees

Ash trees suffer from many other problems besides attack by EAB, including damage from native insects and pathogens to environmental and site issues.

For more information on other problems of ash trees, click here.

ash tree

www.plantpath.wisc.edu

A green ash tree suffering from ash yellows.

 

girdled ash tree

Jodie Ellis, Purdue University

An ash tree dying of girdling injury from careless use of a weed whacker.

redheaded ash borer holes

James Solomon, USDA Forest Service

A native redheaded ash borer on ash wood.


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