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Contributed photo This image, provided through the University of Minnesota Extension Service, show the life stages of the emerald ash borer - from larvae to adult and to the D-shaped exit hole it leaves in ash trees once it reaches the adult stage.

Own an ash tree? Follow these tips

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Emerald ash borer remains a source of buzz around the state this summer and concerned homeowners want to know what they can do to protect their ash trees from this new invasive pest.

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To make it easier for residents to determine the best course of action, scientists from the Minnesota Department of Agriculture (MDA), Minnesota Department of Natural Resources and University of Minnesota Extension offer the following tips:

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