Emerald Ash Borer in Arkansas
Do Not Transport Firewood from place to place or you might be moving invasive pests like the Emerald Ash Borer!
IMPORTANT NOTICE: Arkansas Agriculture Department, State Plant Board declared a statewide quarantine for ash items as of March 27, 2018. Regulated articles can be moved within the the state, but cannot move outside of the state without complying with the federal EAB regulations.
What is the emerald ash borer?
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What does the emerald ash borer look like?
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Learn how to identify the emerald ash borer
Who spreads the emerald ash borer?
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How will the emerald ash borer affect you?
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Read more about the impact emerald ash borer will have on you
What are the symptoms of an emerald ash borer infestation?
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What can we do about the emerald ash borer?
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How to Treat for EAB the Using Soil Drench Method
Where is the emerald ash borer?
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