“A Very Serious Threat”

Regulators warn the spread of a tree-killing Asian beetle appears inevitable despite a widening quarantine. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency confirmed the emerald ash borer, blamed for $809 million in damage to urban forests, has spread to 34 Ontario counties and up the St. Lawrence valley into Québec: “Borers pose a very serious threat.”

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