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Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service
U.S. Department of Agriculture
Module 1 – About emerald ash borer, background, life cycle, how to identify, history of biological control, identifying ash trees, impacts of parasitoids, a quiz on tree species and insect identification, and more. 1 hour 40 minutes. Watch now
Module 2 – Mass rearing of parasitoids, choosing release sites and release considerations, conducting releases, and introduction to MapBioControl. 1 hour 47 minutes. Watch now
Module 3 – Evaluating parasitoids establishment, debarking and peeling trees, using yellow pan traps, a quiz on tree peeling and yellow pan trap, and identification questions. 2 hours 21 minutes. Watch now