We don’t have the emerald ash borer in Oregon, and we hopefully never will. But this blog post talks about a new way of detecting fighting the tree-killing beetle — predatory wasps. Evidently the wasps will quickly find the beetle if it is present in the area. This definitely beats the method of watching for telltale holes bored by the larvae in ash trees.
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About Curt Kipp
Curt Kipp is the director of publications and communications at the Oregon Association of Nurseries, and the editor of Digger magazine.