Ash-trees

The insect known as Emerald Ash Borer (aka EAB) has recently invaded Tennessee and is threatening the ash trees in our area. Identifying if you have an ash tree on your property is the first step to knowing if you need a treatment plan or if you will need to have them taken down before the trees become a safety hazard due to EAB damage.  

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