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PRAIRIE GARDENER: Wasps won’t solve ash borer problem but should help

Published 06/12/2011, Grand Forks Herald

Several thousand tiny Chinese wasps will be released this month in the Twin Cities in hopes they will help stop the spread of the dreaded emerald ash borer. These borers, now confined to the Twin Cities and a small corner of southeastern Minnesota, pose a threat to about a half million ash trees in the Twin Cities and nearly 1 billion statewide in Minnesota.

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