Lisle begins emerald ash borer program
LISLE – The village of Lisle has kicked off a multi-year program of treating ash trees on the public right-of-way with insecticides to prevent and/or reduce the damaging effects of the emerald ash borer.
The emerald ash borer is a beetle from Asia that has now been found in Lisle.
Although only approximately a half-inch long, this metallic green insect can fly up to a mile from where it emerges. Adult beetles create D-shaped exit holes on the trunks and branches of infested ash trees.
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