by Steve Lord, email@example.com
October 11, 2012
The good news in the battle against the emerald ash borer is there is hope for the future. The bad news is, the Chciago area still is in the midst of what is an infestation of historic significance.
“Think of it like a tidal wave,” said Cliff Sadof, a professor at Purdue University in Indiana. “You want to protect your trees in a bunker. After the wave goes over, you can poke your head out. Right now, you should be in a bunker mentality.”
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