Ever since 2002, when the Emerald Ash Borer (EAB), imported from China, was first detected in Michigan, just about everyone in the field of horticulture and forestry have been on alert. This insect quickly spread across the country, and now 20 states have been certified EAB infested. By 2012, the pest had made its way to Kansas City, with populations found in the Parkville area and at Wyandotte County Lake. This week brought news that Johnson County is no longer EAB free. To read more...
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