In June 2009, Emerald ash borer was identified in a single stand of ash trees in Randolph, Cattaraugus County. More recently, as of August, 2010, it has been found in western Monroe County. Now that this devastating pest of Ash trees has been positively identified in the Rochester area, you may be wondering what can be done for your trees. The ISA Certified Arborists at Birchcrest Tree & Landscape are here to help.
Common questions about the Emerald Ash Borer
Important tips to keep in mindA healthy tree will respond most effectively to treatment. So, keep trees in good condition, and check regularly for signs of trouble including holes in the trunk, canopy dieback.
If you have Ash trees in your yard, call for a Certified Arborist to examine the trees and take the proper steps for preservation.
As a preventative measure, or if the infestation is caught early, professional treatment with a registered pesticide that has a proven history of success is the best strategy for the preservation of your valuable trees. Our treatment strategy is based on the most current research in areas where Emerald Ash Borer has already made its mark. We use a product that has proven results in the prevention and control of this pest.
Our staff and technicians attend professional training seminars so we can offer the most current technology available. Our goal is to protect and preserve your valuable landscape trees. We are confident that our Emerald Ash Borer treatment is the best defense our industry has to offer.
Please call Birchcrest Tree & Landscape at 671-5433 or 288-3572 or fill out our contact form to arrange an evaluation.