Beetle deadly to ash trees found in 11 new Missouri counties
The Missouri Department of Conservation this month reported the emerald ash borer has been found in 11 more counties so far this year, bringing the number of affected counties to 53. Counties where the beetle showed up for the first time include Adair, Callaway, Cape Girardeau, Cole, Greene, Jefferson, Lewis, Lincoln, Pike, Polk and Warren. Conservation Department forest entomologist Robbie Doerhoff told St. Louis Public Radio foresters in every county are on the lookout for the emerald ash borer.
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