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Forest Service confirms presence of tree pests

July 8, 2013

Emerald ash borer and hemlock woolly adelgid, both invasive species which attack native trees, have been found in the Allegheny National Forest....

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Jul-08-13 9:53 AM

OK so what do those of us with a few ash trees or a few hemlock trees on our property do? Watch them die? Cut them down? Eat the pests? The story is hugely incomplete. If there is no remedy, say so. Hell, we're all gonna die too. If that's the fate of the trees, tell us. But don't leave us hanging.

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Jul-10-13 8:59 AM

Strongly agree w/dub, WTO. Please follow up the article with what can be done if anything to protect trees we have.

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