(St. Paul, MN) -- State wildlife officials say they have spotted a pest that is known for killing ash trees in yet another Minnesota county. The Department of Agriculture discovered the larvae of the emerald ash borer in the southeast parts of Wabasha County. There were signs that several trees were infested by the insect. Wabasha County now joins eleven other counties in Minnesota that are under quarantine, which limits the movement of firewood and ash material from outside the county.
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