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Identification and Biology - Ash

Ash Trees in Indiana


EAB map (USDA Forest Service)

There are approximately 147 million ash trees in Indiana forests and at least 2 million more in urban areas lining streets, in yards, and in parks. Ash has been widely over-planted as a street tree because it tolerates adverse conditions and is resistant to native pests and diseases.

The US Forest Service estimates that there 8 billion ash trees in American forests. All of them are at risk if EAB is not controlled.

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