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    Author(s): Jian J. Duan; Roy G. Van Driesche; Leah S. Bauer; Richard Reardon; Juli Gould; Joseph S. Elkinton
    Date: 2017
    Source: FHAAST-2017-02. Morgantown, WV: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Forest Health Assessment and Applied Sciences Team. 10 p.
    Publication Series: Other
    Station: Northern Research Station
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    Long-term monitoring in Michigan and several northeastern states has documented increasing parasitism and reduced EAB attack rates. Ash regeneration is currently benefiting from releases of introduced parasitoids, which now cause 20-80% parasitism of EAB larvae in ash saplings (1-2 inch dia.) and young trees (5-8 inch dia.).

    This publication was revised in June 2019.

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    Duan, Jian J.; Van Driesche, Roy G.; Bauer, Leah S.; Reardon, Richard; Gould, Juli; Elkinton, Joseph S. 2017. The role of biocontrol of emerald ash borer in protecting ash regeneration after invasion. FHAAST-2017-02. Morgantown, WV: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Forest Health Assessment and Applied Sciences Team. 10 p. [brochure].

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