A new foil for the emerald ash borer
Broadcast: Midmorning, 06/15/2010, 10:06 a.m.
Emerald ash borers are expected to spread in Minnesota. But Minnesota plant scientists may introduce a natural enemy to the ash borer later this summer: it's a tiny wasp whose young feed on the slightly larger emerald ash borer larvae.
- Val Cervenka: Forest health program leader and forest entomologist with Minnesota Department of Natural Resources.
- Geir Friisoe: Division director for plant protection at the Minnesota Department of Agriculture.
More from MPR
- Emerald Ash Borer information from the MN department of agriculture
- Yard and Garden News from the U of M
- MN DNR's ash borer page