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Managing EAB: What works in the short and the long term


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cliff 200.jpgSince it was first discovered in the United States 20 years ago in Detroit, the invasive Emerald Ash Borer has decimated forests across much of North America, including more than 30 U.S. states.

In this TurfNet University webinar, Purdue University entomologist Clifford Sadof, Ph.D., will discuss how EAB kills trees and the risk posed by dead and dying trees to passers by and property. 

The presenter also will discuss how trees can be protected with insecticide, followed by an economic analysis and recent advances in how to best deploy treatments. register.jpg

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