Emerald Ash Borer in Additional Counties | Alpha Media - Fort Dodge

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State officials say that the emerald ash borer has been found in two more Iowa counties, meaning it’s now in more than one-third of the state’s counties. The Iowa Department of Agriculture said that insect was confirmed in Washington and Van Buren Counties. This brings to 34 the number of affected counties since the insect was first detected Iowa in 2010. The emerald ash borer has been detected in 27 states and was first detected in Michigan in 2002.

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Washington County, Iowa, United States41.35°N 91.75°W0.732Yes
Van Buren County, Iowa, United States40.7°N 91.91°W0.278No
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State officials say that the emerald ash borer has been found in two more Iowa counties, meaning it’s now in more than one-third of the state’s counties. The Iowa Department of Agriculture said that insect was confirmed in Washington and Van Buren Counties. This brings to 34 the number of affected counties since the insect was first detected Iowa in 2010. The emerald ash borer has been detected in 27 states and was first detected in Michigan in 2002.

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Emerald ash borer in the USA 2015-16ongoing2016-02-26
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