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I think I may have found an invasive tree pest, what do I do?

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If you think you found an invasive plant or tree pests such as Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) or hemlock wooly adelgid (HWA), you can visit VTinvasives.org to get help in identification and management, and in some cases, we want to learn more about it and you can Report It! If you have further questions, you can also reach out to our Forest Biology Lab.

What’s wrong with my tree?

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Trees can be affected by many forest pests, pathogens, and other tree and forest stressors. Our Forest Biology Lab employs forest health specialists who provide diagnostic services. The lab supports forest health assessments and management through research, public education, and extension activities, including maintaining insect and disease records and responding to requests.

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