The Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) is now one of the most destructive non-native insects in the United States.
The emerald ash borer (EAB) has been infesting and killing ash trees in central New Jersey and eastern Pennsylvania for several years, leaving behind acres of dead and dying trees.
We normally find that all untreated ash trees in a community will be dead within 5 to 10 years after EAB has been found there.
Without treatment, ash trees WILL die within 2 to 4 years of infection.
Take Action Now to Protect your Important Ash Trees
Not Sure If You Have Ash Trees??
Call us at 908-309-6611
Speak with one of our Licensed Tree Experts
We'll help you identify any ash trees on your property, advise you on which trees are worth treating, and provide a free estimate on treatment options.
Cost-effective EAB treatments ARE available to protect individual ash trees, but must be started early.
Doing nothing is no longer an option.
A MESSAGE FROM THE NEW JERSEY DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
The entire state of New Jersey is under quarantine for the movement of ash wood and firewood to slow the spread of EAB.
The state also recommends that you take one of two actions ASAP –
- Treat any ash trees on your property that you want to save
- Remove all other ash trees
Waiting is no longer an option. Untreated trees will be dead within 2 to 4 years. Dead EAB-infested ash trees pose a serious hazard in the landscape as they’re unstable, prone to failure and more difficult to remove safely.
Healthy ash trees in 2006 before EAB damage
The same ash trees after EAB damage in 2009
Give us a call at 908-309-6611 or use our contact form below.
We provide safe, effective, organic Emerald Ash Borer treatments for:
- Hunterdon County
- Morris County, NJ
- Somerset County, NJ
- Union County, NJ
- Bucks County, PA