EAB for Homeowners
Identification & Biology
Protecting Ash Trees with Insecticides
Information for Industries and Organizations
Self Study Programs
Arrest that Pest and Other Educator Resources
Report a Suspected Infestation
EAB for Privately Owned Campgrounds and Recreational Areas
EAB Self Study Program for Privately Owned Campgrounds and Recreational Areas
The Problem of EAB in North America
Where Does EAB Come From, And How Did It Get Here?
How Do EAB Infestations Spread?
EAB Identification and Biology
Symptoms of EAB on Ash Trees
What Actions Are Governmental Agencies Taking to Combat EAB in Indiana
At Risk: All North American Ash Trees
Ash in Urban Areas
Ash as Part of the Ecosystem
Other Problems of Ash Trees
Penalties for Violations of Quarantines
Items Regulated by EAB Quarantine
When Should Pesticides Be Used?
How long can I protect an ash tree?
Relative Value of Ash Trees: Recommendations
Resistant Trees to Replace Ash
Pesticides To Use
Trees To Replace Ash in Indiana
College of Agriculture
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