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The Resource at Risk in North Dakota
If EAB becomes established in ND, the impacts will be astonishing. The native and planted forest and tree resources are a unique ecological and cultural feature of the North Dakota landscape.
Located in Emerald Ash Borer
Regulatory Activities
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Management Recommendations
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EAB Outreach Materials
The materials presented here have been ceated by the North Dakota Forest Service in order to spread information about the potential impacts of emerald ash borer in North Dakota. The core message of these materials stresses the role of people moving firewood as the main mode of long-distance spread of EAB and other invasive pests.
Located in Emerald Ash Borer
North Dakota EAB Look Alikes
These insects found in North Dakota could be mistaken for the emerald ash borer.
Located in Emerald Ash Borer
Asian Longhorned Beetle Life Cycle
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Gypsy Moth
A small number of isolated detections of gypsy moth have been made in North Dakota over the past decade, though the pest is NOT known to have an established population here.
Dutch Elm Disease
Dutch elm disease (DED) was first detected in North Dakota in 1969, and has since been recorded in all North Dakota counties.
Thousand Cankers Disease of Black Walnut
Thousand cankers disease of black walnut is currently NOT found in North Dakota.
Ramorum Blight / Sudden Oak Death
Ramorum blight, formerly known as sudden oak death, is NOT currently found in North Dakota. ***Ramorum blight is included on this site specifically because a considerable amount of concern and questions have been raised about this disease by ND residents.
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