Tag Archives: emerald ash borer

An Ash Tree’s Story

We know the story all too well… The emerald ash borer (EAB) was discovered in Ontario in 2002. It is native to Asia and is believed to have arrived in North America via wood packaging or pallets. After establishing a … Continue reading

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Difficult Tree Removal

Sometimes taking a tree down isn’t as easy as it would seem. It can be complicated by the overall health and stability of the tree, the density of the tree, and of course the location. This video shows one of … Continue reading

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Reaches of the Emerald Ash Borer

It would appear that few areas are exempt from the emerald ash borer anymore. The above map is the most recent consolidated area where ash trees are being regulated. No wood, leaves, mulch, sawdust or ash material of any kind … Continue reading

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A Day at Camp

Gray skies dropped thick sheets of rain down on the four tree service crews that participated in this year’s Ontario Commercial Arborists Association (OCAA) Day of Service on May 7th, 2014. A wet start to the day wasn’t enough to dispel the … Continue reading

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Potential Positive Effects of a ‘Polar Vortex’

Has it ever been cold in London, Ontario this week! We broke some weather records around these parts with temperatures that dipped between -35°C and -40°C, with the wind chill factored in. That was cold and wintry enough to keep … Continue reading

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