Our goal is to save your ash! The Emerald Ash Borer (commonly known as EAB) reared it's ugly head in the USA in 2002 and has now been detected in 30 states. For an updated list, visit the USDA.
UPDATE: Emerald Ash Borer was found in a trap located in Lincoln. The trap was set and monitored by USDA (August 22, 2018).
Evidence of Emerald Ash Borer:
Dieback in the tree canopy
New sprouts forming from the tree's base
"D" shaped exit holes
Call us about using TREE-age Insecticide to protect your tree from Emerald Ash Borer. It is the ONLY product to achieve two years of control for EAB.