Emerald ash borers, an invasive beetle that destroys ash bees, has been a problem in New Jersey since 2014 when it was first discovered there. New Jersey officials have a unique way they are dealing with the emerald ash borers. They are releasing over 10,000 eggs and larvae of emerald ash borer predators.





Invasive beetle on a rampage in New Jersey

beetle that attacks and kills ash trees is proliferating throughout New Jersey, the state Department of Agriculture said Thursday. Emerald ash borers, first confirmed to be in New Jersey in 2014, have been caught in 14 communities in six counties …Tree-killing Asian beetle in AllentownAsbury Park PressTree-killing emerald ash borer spreads to 5 countiesMyCentralJersey.comall 6 news articles »

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