Controlling ash, olive tree pest: Study describes ash borer infestations, tests management method
AuthorsPamela S. Bone
Carlton S. Koehler
Authors AffiliationsP. S. Bone is Landscape/Urban Horticulture Advisor, Sacramento County; C. S. Koehler is Extension Entomologist, Department of Entomological Sciences, UC Berkeley.
Hilgardia 45(5):32-33. DOI:10.3733/ca.v045n05p32. September 1991.
The ash borer represents a serious threat to ash and olive trees. Larvae invade trunks, and branches throughout the canopy. A single spray of chlorpyrifos applied during the moth flight season protected landscape ash from serious injury.
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