Canadian Forest Service Publications

Emerald ash borer: What do you know about it? 2011. Lavallée, R. NRCan, CFS, Laurentian Forestry Centre, Québec, Que. Branching out from the Canadian Forest Service, Laurentian Forestry Centre. No. 71. 2 p. (Updated, see No. 97)

Year: 2011

Available from: Laurentian Forestry Centre

Catalog ID: 33287

Language: English

Series: Branching Out (LFC - Québec)

CFS Availability: Not available through the CFS (click for more information).

Abstract

Imagine an insect arriving in an area where there is an unlimited food supply and no natural predators. This is the kind of dream life the emerald ash borer is leading in North America. This insect attacks healthy ash trees, causing damage that leads to mortality within a few years. The emerald ash borer has already killed several millions of ash trees since it was first discovered here in 2002. You can play a role in detecting its presence and halting its spread by learning about the risks associated with the movement of firewood. By educating ourselves about this exotic insect, we can all do our part to protect Canada’s ash trees.

Also available under the title:
L’agrile du frêne : cela vous dit quelque chose? L’éclaircie du Service canadien des forêts, Centre de foresterie des Laurentides. No. 71. (Mise à jour, voir No. 97) (French)

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