The dreaded emerald ash borer has already killed tens of millions of ash trees throughout North America. The destructive pest was first discovered in Colorado in 2013 and continues to get the attention of our Loveland tree service. If you’ve never heard of EAB or know very little about it, we encourage you to check out these blog posts. Our team takes a closer look at how to report the EAB, what caused it to appear in the U.S., why it’s so dangerous and much more. If you believe your tree has been impacted by the emerald ash borer, please don’t hesitate to contact Schra Tree Care.
Ready or not, here it comes. The City of Loveland calls it a “mean, green tree-eating machine.” Homeowners across the U.S. cringe when notified that the beetle has made its way to their state. What we’re talking about is the emerald ash borer. This tiny, metallic-green beetle that has destroye…Read More
In one of our recent blog posts, we discussed everything you need to know about the emerald ash borer. You should hopefully know by now that this small bug can wreak major havoc on your trees. We will use this post to explain what you can do about an EAB infestation and what to look for specifically…Read More
Emerald ash borers are the talk of the arborist town, and not in a good way. These small beetles are wreaking havoc on ash trees throughout the country, and with the invasive species recently showing up in the Front Range, it is more important than ever to be prepared to handle what is almost inevit…Read More