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Ash (Fraxinus spp.) Identification

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Fraxinus spp. Characteristics Hosts Ash trees (Fraxinus spp.) are the only known North American hosts of EAB. Ashes have pinnately compound leaves arranged opposite one another on the branch. Each le READ MORE
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Ash Tree Identification

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Ash Tree Identification © 2012 College of Agricultural Sciences READ MORE
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How to identify an ash tree

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All ash species found in Missouri—green white, pumpkin and blue ash—as well as horticultural cultivars (e.g. Autumn Purple white ash and Marshall Seedless green ash) have been killed by EAB. It in READ MORE
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Ash Tree Identification

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Tagged as: leaves, ash trees, Ash leaves Every tree species has a unique combination of defining characteristics. Variations in leaf size, shape, and arrangement can assist in identification. Use t READ MORE
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Ash Tree Identification Guide

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David L. Roberts, Ph.D. Michigan State University Extension Ash Identification Guide: Ash trees (Fraxinus species) are easily identified if several simple factors are understood. Ash is unique f READ MORE
http://treedoctor.anr.msu.edu/ash/ashtree_id.html
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