Extreme cold may wipe out emerald ash borer larvae
David Cappaert, Michigan State University, Bugwood.org

Extreme cold may wipe out emerald ash borer larvae

Last week's sub-zero temperatures in the Midwest could kill off a large percentage of the invasive insect's larvae.

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February 4, 2019
Minnesota Public Radio

Here’s one resident who may welcome the extreme cold wave. Your local ash tree.

The extreme temperatures moving in with Sunday’s arctic blast may kill off a significant percentage of emerald ash borer larvae, according to one of the premier forestry experts in Minnesota.

Here’s the most recent news about EAB larvae and the cold

Read this 2014 article from Minneapolis Public Radio about EAB research