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23 December 2011

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Artbrown304

Thanks for the information! The Emerald Ash Borer is so cool looking. However they can do terrible things to trees. There is a great company that can help with emerald ash borer in Minnesota.

Shannawhite277

Love some of your insights onemerald ash borers in Minnesota. Great post! Keep up the awesome work!

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