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With the recent announcement of Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) in the village of Greendale, it’s important to know how to detect and respond to this tree-killing borer.
During the winter months, it's time to assess trees for damage and start thinking about landscaping so you're ready to plant once the ground thaws.
Extreme summer weather conditions have led to needle loss, stunted growth, browning and death for thousands of pine and fir Christmas trees. Find out what to look for when buying a tree this year.
Getting "borer"ed with EAB. Find out about the the other borers that have killed many more trees than EAB has.
Changing Tree Colors Due to Drought and Heat Stress
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Droughts pose many problems for trees such as wilting, disease, insect infestation and even death.
Emerald Ash Borer threat Increases with confirmed case in Waukesha County. Ken Ottman, owner of First Choice Tree Care, provides tips and information about EAB and its threat to Wisconsin trees.
Find out what storms mean for your trees - how to prevent tree damage caused by harsh weather and how to respond after it occurs.
With warm weather and spring fever, don't forget that the emerald ash borer also returns to Southeast Wisconsin.
Finding and disposing of gypsy moth egg masses on your property helps reduce the threat of these foliage-eating pests in the spring.
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