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July 24, 2013 6:23 PM

Kansas City deliberately damages trees to track the emerald ash borer

The parks department this spring began cutting chunks of bark off the sides of about 700 ash trees so it can better track the movement of the beetle. That weakens the trees, making them more attractive to the opportunistic borer.

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