POSTERS AND HANDOUTS
- "Identifying Emerald Ash Borer Poster," Cornell Cooperative Extension, 2011.
- "Wanted: Emerald Ash Borer and Look Alikes Poster," Cornell University, 2011. Look a-likes Poster developed by the National Plant Diagnostic Center.
- "Wanted: Emerald Ash Borer and Look Alikes bookmarks" Two-sided printable bookmarker by Cornell Cooperative Extension are ideal handouts for events and training sessions.
- "Distinguishing Emerald Ash Borer from Native Borers," Ohio State University Extension, 2007.
- "Don't Be Fooled By Look-Alikes!," Michigan State University Extension, 2005.
- "A Reference for Recognizing Insect Galleries in Ash Trees in Minnesota," Minnesota Department of Agriculture.
- "Ash Tree Identification," handout Cornell Cooperative Extension, 2011. Printable 8.5" x 11" handout/poster.
- "Emerald Ash Borer Tree Tags," collaboration of Cornell University and the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation. Marking prominent community ash trees with EAB tags is a great way to call attention to EAB and the pending public safety concern of dead ash trees. Communities around the state have tagged ash trees for Arbor Day and EAB Awareness Week, in May.
- "These Ash Trees are Threatened by the Emerald Ash Borer," Demonstration Site Poster, Cornell University, 2011. Poster designed to accompany Emerald Ash Borer Tree Tags hung at infested sites. Can be printed at 11" x 17", or 8.5" x 11".
Preparedness and Monitoring
- "Emerald Ash Borer Community Action and Monitoring," Cornell University, 2011.
- "Questions and Answers: USDA's 2012 Emerald Ash Borer Survey," USDA, 2012.
- "Emerald Ash Borer Wasp Watcher Project", Cornell University, 2011. Poster.
- "The Emerald Ash Borer is coming ... Is your community ready?," Cornell Cooperative Extension, 2011. This 8.5" x 11" or 18" x 24" flier is ideal as a handout or poster. (link to EAB Plan Poster.pdf- sent with C&G Planning and Preparing)
- "NYS Community Preparedness Checklist," Cornell Cooperative Extension, 2011. This 8.5" x 11" handout accompanies the Planning for the Emerald Ash Borer presentation.
- "NYS Emerald Ash Borer Management Plan Development Workbook," Cornell University, 2010. Cornell Cooperative Extension has developed a workbook for communities to use in developing their own management plan for the Emerald Ash Borer. This workbook steps through many of the critical questions communities will need to answer to be prepared and respond.
- "Community Action Opportunities," Cornell Cooperative Extension, 2011. This 8.5" x 11" handout lists things individuals can do to help prepare for EAB.
- "What Homeowners Need to Know About the Emerald Ash Borer," Cornell University, 2011.
Control and Tree Replacement Options
- "Insecticide Treatment of Ash Trees in New York for Emerald Ash Borer" Cornell University, 2011. Discussion of treatment scenarios by infestation level, when to begin treatments, and considerations for applications. Written by Mark Whitmore.
- "Insecticide Table for Emerald Ash Borer in New York," Cornell University, 2011. PDF. This chart describes pesticide control options and is designed to be used in conjunction with the Integrated Pest Management document. CAUTION: New York State residents should only use products labeled for use in NYS and should work with certified pesticide applicators.
- "Tree Replacement Guidelines and Options Fact Sheet," Cornell Cooperative Extension, 2011. This 8.5" x 11" factsheet provides an overview of tree replacement options and a planting guide.