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WWYD- city injecting insecticides into trees
We have an ash tree on our property and just received a letter that the city will be injecting TREE-age into the tree to protect it from emerald ash borers. I know that this is a major issue with ash trees and they have been being killed off by the thousands by the little buggers but at the same time, I don't want a highly toxic chemical injected into something on my property. The insecticide goes straight into the tree's vascular system which means it could flow out of the roots and into the soil. Plus it kills bees if they come into contact with it and bees have enough trouble staying alive these days. WWYD? Have the city do it or ask them to skip our tree and let nature take it's course?