Urban SLAM, or Slowed Ash Mortality, is an approach to managing emerald ash borer with fewer pesticides. Although this approach has been tested rigorously in the rural forests, operational tests of this approach are lacking in urban forests. In this webinar I will review the result of a six-year study that shows how the starting condition of the forest, ash species composition, density of trees, and choice of pesticide can influence the outcome of this approach.
Lessons Learned from a Test of an Emerald Ash Borer Urban SLAM Program
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