Demand for new trees likely to push up prices
Thousands of trees in Thunder Bay, Ont. will be replaced in the coming years as the city's urban forest continues to age and the emerald ash borer maintains its charge. But the want for new trees is expected to increase prices, leading the city to consider other options.
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Sports Turf Canada Ontario Field Day
September 20, 2018