How to spot tell-tale signs of the emerald ash borer
While the emerald ash borer's eventual spread is widely considered to be inevitable, the speed and breadth at which it this will happen are by no means certain, said Geir Friisoe, the director of the plant protection division of the Minnesota Department of Agriculture.
Friisoe said that the department is actively tracking ash borer in the state. While it's only been identified so far in St. Paul, the bugs are likely present in pockets elsewhere in the state, he said.
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