Clarence, NY (PRWEB) June 26, 2009
The Tree Doctor, a full-service tree company, with offices in Clarence and West Falls, New York, has been following the spread of Emerald Ash Borer for the last five years throughout the Midwest and Eastern United States.
This Asian beetle infests and kills North American ash species (Fraxinus sp.) including green, white, black and blue ash. Thus, all native ash trees are susceptible. Signs of infection include tree canopy dieback, yellowing, and browning of leaves. Most trees die within 2 to 4 years of becoming infested. The Tree Doctor is up-to-date on the latest scientific information about this pest and warns that there is a lot of misinformation out there. Up to 14% of all trees in Western New York are ash trees. Owners of ash trees should take action now to protect their trees. The Tree Doctor offers tips to protect ash trees from the Emerald Ash Borer at its website set-up for this important situation: http://www.EABcure.com.
The Tree Doctor is fully licensed to preventatively treat ash trees before and after infestations occur. Its staff of 20 trained arborists, of which 10 are internationally certified, is currently providing information and treatments to many homeowners, golf courses, and commercial properties interested in protecting their ash trees. More information about Emerald Ash Borers, including how to identify the damage they cause, and what treatments are available, can be found at http://emeraldashborercure.com/.
About The Tree Doctor
The Tree Doctor has been treating trees and shrubs since 1961, and incorporated as The Tree Doctor in 1993. The Tree Doctor provides complete tree and shrub care to over 3,000 clients including numerous country clubs, condominium complexes, commercial buildings, and large estates. The Tree Doctor is located in Clarence, New York. The company has clients throughout New York State. For information about The Tree Doctor, visit http://www.treedoctorconsulting.com.
Jeremy Sayers, president of The Tree Doctor is immediately available to provide more background on this important story. Call Jeremy at 716-759-1138.