DELAWARE COUNTY, Okla. — Colorado’s Nebraska and Kansas neighbors were already dealing with emerald ash borer, and now, Oklahoma has been added to the list. As of Oct. 14, the pest had been discovered in the northeast portion of the state.
“With a number of our neighboring states already dealing with the pest. We knew it was a matter a time before emerald ash borer appeared in Oklahoma,” said George Geissler, director of Oklahoma Forestry Services. “We want to make Oklahomans aware of the issue and provide details about their available options and resources for dealing with this pest.”