Emerald ash borer still a ways off from North Dakota
Published 08/04/2011, The Jamestown Sun
The emerald ash borer threat may be moving into new parts of Minnesota but currently hasn’t been detected in North Dakota. This invasive species is capable of wiping out entire populations of ash trees in a few years. It was first noticed in Michigan in 2001 and since then has spread to 15 different states.Word count: 764
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