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Sault-made pesticide earns national registration – Northern Ontario Business

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By: Lindsay Kelly It’s Murphy’s Law that the day you get great news you aren’t around to receive it. So it went for Joe Meating in early October. When he received confirmation from the Pest Management Regulatory Association PMRA that … Continue reading

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La Ville de Montréal s’attaque à l’agrile du frêne – Montréal Radio-Canada.ca

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Pour enrayer la propagation de l’agrile de frêne, la Ville de Montréal mène actuellement une opération d’injection de biopesticide sur quelques frênes ciblés. Ce coléoptère venu d’Asie a été repéré pour la première fois à Montréal l’été dernier. Depuis, la Ville … Continue reading

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Emerald ash borer could decimate the urban forest – Yourhome.ca

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March 16, 2012 Mark Cullen SPECIAL TO THE STAR via Yourhome.ca. If you could have saved the mature elm trees of Toronto from the ravages of the Dutch elm disease, would you have done it? If I offered you the chance … Continue reading

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500,000,000 trees at risk – NiagaraThisWeek

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Woodlot group warns of impending destruction from emerald ash borer Imagine waking up to find half of the trees in every park, forest and yard in Niagara Region gone. It seems like a nightmare, yet the scenario is all too … Continue reading

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August is last month to treat ash trees until spring – Town of Oakville

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Town of Oakville completes treatment of almost 2,700 ash trees The Town of Oakville is reminding residents that as part of the Health Canada Pest Management Regulatory Agency’s registration approval of the natural bio-insecticide TreeAzin, the deadline to treat ash … Continue reading

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Mark Cullen on the Battle Against the Emerald Ash Borer – CTV News

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The emerald ash borer first became a problem in Canada in Windsor Ontario in 2002. Since then it has spread to London, Toronto, Ottawa and Montreal. While it is expected to devastate the white and green ash trees in Central … Continue reading

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Oakville refuses to cave to emerald menace – TheStar.com

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The Emerald ash borer, the “ebola virus” of its species, will kill most of the 860,000 ash trees of Toronto by 2017. But in Oakville, hope springs eternal. One in 10 of the town’s trees are ash — roughly 180,000. … Continue reading