Ohio taking hit from costly tree pest
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#1 Dec 24, 2012
What complicates matters is many homeowners have absolutely no idea what species of trees they have growing on their property. So when ash borer damage is discovered it's often too late to do anything to save the trees.
#2 Dec 25, 2012
I have a fifty foot marshall ash in my front yard. I'ts been treated since the bug was spotted in OHIO. It's as healthy as the day I had it planted.
#3 Dec 27, 2012
Enjoy it. Until it dies of old age you'll be paying through the nose for repeated truck or root applied pesticide applications.
#4 Dec 27, 2012
it's all a matter of what's important in one's life...my Marshall Ash is important to me. Rather pay for a beautiful tree than another fire station in the township.
#5 Dec 28, 2012
You've got a good point.
In the case of the VERY questionable need for another township fire station, unfortunately you I and everyone else are going to have to pay for that, like it or not.
#6 Dec 28, 2012
Doesn't this fire station have to be voted upon by the residents of the township first?
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