Pictures showing the two beetles.
A series of pictures showing the damage southern pine beetle causes
Help track emerald ash borer by learning how to identify its hosts--white, green and black ash.
Proceedings from a September 2008 Workshop at Fox State Forest, Hillsborough looks at 75 years of research including a blue stain study and crop tree management.
A lot isn't known about pine canker, first reported in New Hampshire in 1997. This fact sheet gives some identification and management tips.
Workshop Proceedings 2008 including: tree biology, insects, diseases, weeds, diagnosing problems, pesticides (insecticides, fungicides, miticides and herbicides) and more.
Workshop Proceedings 2011 including: tree biology, insects, diseases, weeds, diagnosing problems, pesticides (insecticides, fungicides, miticides and herbicides) and more.
This manual was prepared for the New Hampshire Pesticide Safety Education Program as part of the study materials for the Christmas tree category for private and commercial applicators.
New edition—2014. This manual can help you identify and control Christmas tree pests in the north central region of the U.S. and most of the information applies to the northeastern states.
Describes different strategies and control options including cultural, biological in pesticide options.
Results of a study conducted by the USDA Forest Service, N.H. Division of Forests and Lands, Vermont Dept. of Forests Parks and Recreation, and the Maine Forest Service. Published May 16, 2012.
Describes the life cycle and control options for the homeonwer.
A Proclamation by Governor Hassan declaring May 18-24, 2014 EMERALD ASH BORER AWARENESS WEEK.
This rack card gives recommendations to help slow the spread of emerald ash borer within a quarantined area.
A checklist to help municipalities prepare for emerald ash borer.
The State of New Hampshire Emerald Ash Borer Quarantine Compliance Agreement- Treatment Options- for forest products.
Information for arborists about emerald ash borer quarantine areas.
8X11 poster for the emerald ash borer quarantine areas in Belknap, Hillsborough, Merrimack and Rockingham Counties, New Hampshire. Updated 7/10/2015
A map showing risk zones for infestation of ash trees by emerald ash borer. Updated 2/9/2016.
An annual publication of the NH Division of Forests and Lands Forest Health section
Topics include: white pine decline, beech bark disease, emerald ash borer, Asian longhorned beetle, butternut canker, hemlock woolly adelgid, and invasive plants.
Topics include: elongate hemlock scale, hemlock woolly adelgid, oak wilt, tree response to the ice storm of 1998, Sirex noctilio, invasive plants, emerald ash borer, Asian longhorned beetle, global warming and wildlife, and firewood as a means of spreading forest pests.
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