What symptoms should I be looking for?
Keep an eye out for symptoms that could indicate the presence of EAB. These include increased woodpecker activity, sprouts growing along the tree trunk, vertical splits in the bark, and canopy dieback. And remember, EAB only targets ash trees! These same symptoms may be seen in other species of trees, but it is not caused by EAB. Additional Info on EAB Indentification

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1. Has the emerald ash borer (EAB) officially been found in Fridley?
2. What symptoms should I be looking for?
3. I want to remove my ash tree, what should I do?
4. When is the best time to remove ash and dispose of ash tree material?
5. Where can I dispose of ash tree material?
6. I like my ash tree and am considering treating it. What are my options?