Emerald Ash Borer
The Emerald ash borer (or simply EAB), is an exotic beetle that was discovered near Detroit in 2002. The larvae (the immature stage) feed on the inner bark of ash trees, disrupting the tree's ability to transport water and nutrients. Emerald ash borer was found in Indiana in 2004. Since its discovery, EAB has killed tens of millions of ash trees. This has cost property owners tens of millions of dollars.
Your ash trees do not have to die from this invasive pest. Our arborists have been studying the Emerald ash borer for more than five years. We have mastered several different prevention options for your trees. The options range from inexpensive annual treatments to a high tech tree injection, known as Tree-age.
Your average-sized ash tree can be protected for less than $100 per year. If you have multiple ash trees we can usually treat them for less than $50 per tree annually. Contact us for a complete list of treatment options and pricing.