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All ash trees in NJ should be considered at high risk for EAB.

Work with a Certified (Licensed) Tree Expert or Approved Consulting Forester to help determine whether or not your ash trees are good candidates for a treatment program, or whether tree removal is the most appropriate response.

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Risk Map

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Year Detected: EAB has been detected within this municipality.

All ash trees in NJ should be considered at high risk for EAB: Even if Emerald Ash Borer has not yet been detected, all ash trees are considered to be at high risk of EAB infestation within the next few years.

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Treatment Options

As a homeowner, you may consult with your local Rutgers Cooperative Extension office as to treatments to prevent Emerald Ash Borer infestation. 

Consult with a certified tree expert.

How to Hire a Tree Care Professional [2,733K PDF]

Click here for the EAB Insecticide Options Fact Sheet.

 

Report signs of the beetle to the Department of Agriculture
at 609-406-6939.


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