Category Archives: Invasive Species

The Friday Report – July 24, 2020

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Treat the 2nd Generation BTM Larvae in Toronto NOW

Now is the time to detect and treat for actively feeding box tree moth larvae in Toronto Continue reading

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NOW IS THE TIME to Treat for Box Tree Moth Larvae in Toronto

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Research Shows: Some Norway Maple Cultivars Are Not Invasive

When you consider all of the trees that are grown for street plantings in the urban landscape, you will quickly come to realize that the number of possibilities can be quite small because of poor soil conditions and exposure.  Our … Continue reading

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Not All Norway Maples Are Created Equal

When you consider all of the trees that are grown for street plantings in the urban landscape, you will quickly come to realize that the number of possibilities is quite small.  Our streets used to be lined with gorgeous, vase-shaped … Continue reading

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