Ash trees also threatened by 'jumping tree lice'

April 18, 2019
Winnipeg forester Martha Barwinsky stands next to a black ash.
Winnipeg forester Martha Barwinsky stands next to a black ash.
April 18, 2019 – The emerald ash borer has an ally in its quest to destroy Winnipeg's ash trees. The cottony ash psyllid, also known as jumping tree lice, is also threatening black ash trees in the city, resulting in the planned removal of 700 trees.

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