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BOSTON ELM TREES PROTECTED FROM DUTCH ELM DISEASE

Boston, MA

Once again, the Friends of the Public Garden have provided the support and funding to guard over 100 Elm trees in the Boston Common against the deadly Dutch Elm Disease. Hartney Greymont Tree Service provided the equipment and technical know-how to inject the Elm trees with an insecticide that will kill the bark beetles that spread Dutch Elm Disease.

The tree trunk injections are effective, but not foolproof. The tree trunk injections can only be done after the Elm trees are in leaf. If the disease-spreading beetles hatch out before the trunk injections can be done then an Elm tree can be infected. In 2010 three Elm trees in Boston Common were lost to Dutch Elm Disease.

Dutch Elm Disease attacks all native Elm tree species. It is believed to have been brought to America on a shipment of wood from Europe. The tree disease is actually of Asian origin, but was given its name because it was a Dutch scientist that first isolated the pathogen.

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