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EAB para propietarios de casa
Identificación & Biología
Distribución de EAB
Manejo de EAB
Preguntas más comunes para el uso de insecticida
Información de Cuarentena
Informació para Industrias Organizaciones
Empresas de plantas para jardin y paisaje
Expertos en Jardines
Propietarios de campamentos y/o áreas de recreación
Parques y reservas nacionales
Vendedores de leña
Empresas con productos de madera
Aserraderos
Informació para Industrias Organizaciones
Fuentes para Educadores
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Donde reportar sospecha de infestación
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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