Protect your Ash tree from Emerald Ash Borer

Protect your Ash trees from Emerald Ash Borer!

TreeAzin injection to protect against Emerald Ash Borer

Injecting an Ash tree with TreeAzin.

Can anything be done to save the Ash trees of the Kawarthas?

Yes. Even though the Emerald Ash Borer has been found in several areas in the Kawarthas there is still a chance to be proactive and protect your Ash trees.

One option for protection is the application of TreeAzin, an approved biological insecticide. TreeAzin is a natural product made from Neem tree seeds. The Neem tree grows in India and many common household products such as bath soap are made from the seed extracts. As documented by the Canadian Forest Service, TreeAzin does not pose a significant risk to bees or other non-target species. TreeAzin is injected into the tree every two years and may only be applied by a licensed pesticide applicator and one who has been trained by the supplier of TreeAzin.

Contact us today to schedule your free assessment and quote for the injections.

Injections are completed from June until August 31st.

City of Peterborough Subsidy Program

Attention all Peterborough residents with Ash trees. The City of Peterborough and TreeCanada are offering the TreeAzin treatment subsidy for private ash trees again this year (2016).

Information about the program and an application form is available on the TreeCanada releaf web page (click here) click on the words ‘application form’. The form must be printed out, scanned and emailed to [email protected] or dropped off at City Hall.

Contact us at 705-657-6916 or contact(at) to help you through this process.

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Contact us for a free assessment of your ash trees and a TreeAzin treatment quote. Call 705.657.6916 or email contact(at)