Ash trees in our area of New Jersey have been under attack from the invasive and destructive pest, emerald ash borer (EAB). EAB has been in our area since 2014 and their population has exploded, leading the death and decline of hundreds of thousands, if not millions of ash trees in New Jersey so far.
As the population of EAB continues to exponentially spike, the death and decline of our ash trees is going to accelerate in the years to come. All of our unprotected ash trees will certainly succumb to the deadly effects of EAB.
If you have healthy ash trees on your property, NOW is the time to have them inspected and treated. Soon, the choice to treat your ash trees will no longer be an option. If you are interested in having your ash trees evaluated and treated to protect them against EAB, contact us today for a complimentary consultation.