Cherokee Triangle Association acts to protect ash trees

The Cherokee Triangle Association has begun inoculating 24 ash trees in public easements against the deadly disease caused by the Emerald Ash Borer beetle.
Workers from the Bob Ray Co. in Lyndon started the inoculations today by drilling holes at the base of a tree at 2315 Cherokee Parkway. The inserted plugs of an insecticide called Tree-age, which is supposed to be effective for two years to help prevent the disease.

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