Tuesday, April 1, 2008

Feds fend off the Asian longhorned beetle

Nearly 80,000 trees in New Jersey and New York are being treated to protect them from a deadly beetle infestation.

The Asian longhorned beetle has destroyed more than 30,000 trees since it arrived in the country about a decade ago.


USDA Treats N.Y., N.J. Trees for Killer Beetles

1 comment:

bjmetro78 said...

Damn these things have killed more trees than counciljerk Dennis Gallagher.