save your tree
from emerald
ash borer

The Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) is an invasive pest that will kill any untreated ash trees.

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Why use the AshSavers ArborJet® Tree Injection Method?

untreated vs treated ash tree

The Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) outbreak has homeowners wondering what to do with their trees.

Do I remove and replace, treat or ignore the problem all together? If you remove the tree or ignore the problem, you end up with the same result…NO trees. If you treat the problem you had up with a healthy tree that will be on your property and increase your home’s value for years to come.

  • Unlike spraying or soil drenching which put chemicals in the air and ground, AshSavers injection puts all the product inside the tree during application.
  • We have up to 2 years proven control of EAB.
  • No other injection method has the proven results against EAB like we do using TREE-äge.

For less than the cost of your monthly cable and internet bill

The Emerald Ash Borer (EAB)

is an invasive pest introduced from Asia that attacks ash trees.

This metallic wood boring beetle was found in Detroit, Michigan and Ontario, Canada in 2002, and has continued to spread into neighboring states and eventually across the U.S. and Canada. The adult is a small, metallic green beetle only 10-15 mm in length and about 3 mm in width. The larvae live under the bark of the tree and feed in the vascular cambium. The adults typically emerge around June, leaving D-shaped exit holes in the bark. This ash tree insect briefly feeds in the canopy before reproducing and laying eggs in the twigs and branches.


EAB larvae live under the bark and feed on the vascular tissues. Larvae create meandering galleries through the phloem, vascular cambium and etch the xylem, effectively girdling the tree.


Independent studies strongly recommend that treatments be applied early, before extensive disruption to the vascular tissues occurs. Dieback symptoms should be <40%.


Treat ash if EAB is reported within 30 miles of your area. Do not wait for visible dieback in the canopy, as there is a significant delay between disruption to the vascular tissues and expression of symptoms in the canopy.


TREE-äge will kill the EAB larvae under the bark as well as adult beetles that feed on the tree. IMA-jet will also kill the EAB larvae under the bark and deter adult feeding on the treated tree.

Why Arborjet?

Unlike spraying or soil applications, Arborjet’s system injects directly into the tree, limiting any impact to your family, the applicator, and the environment around you.

Emerald Ash Borer Information Network

This Website is part of a multinational effort to bring you the latest information about emerald ash borer.

Replacing an Ash Tree

If you are replacing an Ash tree that you had to remove, please check out for useful tips and information on tree planting.

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