Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) is killing millions of ash trees and places many trees in your neighborhood at risk.
The choice is clear – either treat your trees to save them, or expect them to be killed by the borer.
EAB is an invasive pest from Asia that threatens the ash tree population throughout the U.S. where it has already killed tens of millions of trees with no sign of slowing down. In Wisconsin alone, there are an estimated 834 million ash trees and 37 counties are already under quarantine to help stop the spread of EAB.
First, you need to call one of our First Choice Tree Care experts to come and inspect the ash trees that may be infected on your property. We will help you evaluate the health and value of your trees. Not all ash trees should be treated or saved. Let us help you determine whether your ash trees are in good health and contribute significantly to the value of your property or whether they are small, hazardous or unhealthy and should be removed. We will be able to provide advice to help you make a comfortable decision and help you develop a course of action for your ash trees – one by one.
You don’t have to lose your tree. Research has shown nearly 100% survival with treatment. Protection prior to EAB discovery is most effective, the earlier the treatments, the better chance you have of saving your trees. Consult with us for an honest appraisal on whether your tree can or should be treated by our experts. We will then discuss a course of action with your and develop a plan to fit your needs and budget.
Our Guarantee is the strongest in the industry. With proper treatment, our ISA Certified-Arborists guarantee to save your ash trees! Make the Right Choice and call First Choice Tree Care Today to help with all your EAB concerns.
A cure for emerald ash borer exists. Research has shown nearly 100% survival with treatment. Treated trees will survive. Get to know the signs of EAB to better detect an infestation.
We have partnered to treat EAB for the cities of Cedarburg, Milwaukee, Oak Creek, Stevens Point and Wauwatosa.
For the latest EAB news, please visit this link: http://datcpservices.wisconsin.gov/eab/
Information by the University of Wisconsin Department of Entomology can be found here at this link: http://labs.russell.wisc.edu/eab/
Emerald Ash Borer found in Portage County - Portage, Wood and Adams counties quarantined.