Category Archives: Borers in Landscape Trees

Don’t Kiss All Your Ash Goodbye Just Yet – Part II

In 2016, approximately 4,688 hectares of ash trees were found to be in decline or mortality due to Emerald Ash Borer (Agrilus planipennis, EAB) in the province of Ontario. That’s down from just over 41,000 ha in 2015. This data … Continue reading

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Lots going on in IPM this week May 30/14

Environment Canada is forecasting a lovely, warm weekend.  Rain may return on Monday so keep that in mind if you are still managing diseases during leaf emergence. What a beautiful weekend for digging up dandelions and re-seeding the lawn and … Continue reading

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CFIA Designates new Regulated Area for ALHB

Following the recent detection of Asian Long Horned Beetle in an industrial area near Pearson International Airport,  CFIA has established a new regulated area in Mississauga/Toronto for this pest. The regulated area includes

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Asian Longhorned Beetle found in Mississauga

     It didn’t take Ontarians long to get used to being in an ALHB-free zone but unfortunately the Asian Long Horned Beetle (Anoplophora glabripennis) has been detected in the GTA again, this time in Mississauga. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency … Continue reading

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Welcome to ONNurseryCrops

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