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Donald A. Eggen

Forest Health Manager

Pennsylvania Insurance Department

HQ Phone:  (717) 787-7000

Direct Phone: (717) ***-****direct phone

Email: d***@***.gov

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Pennsylvania Insurance Department

1345 Strawberry Square

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania,17120

United States

Background Information

Employment History

Director of the Office of Forest Pest Management

Pennsylvania Bureau of Forestry


Forest Health Manager

DCNR


Forest Health Manager

Pennsylvania Department of Transportation


Affiliations

Forest Pest Management

Member, Eggen


Education

Ph.D.


Web References(61 Total References)


NAASF Forest Health Committee

www.northeasternforests.org [cached]

Don Eggen (PA)
Morgantown Area Team Member


www.pagreenways.com

Dr. Donald A. Eggen, ChairSurvey and Detection - Donald A. Eggen, Shahla Werner, William SweeneySally Just, Don Eggen, and Pat Pingel


You Bet Your Garden - Can a New Bt End the Scourge of the Emerald Ash Borer?

www.gardensalive.com [cached]

And this question made me realize how woefully ignorant I was about the subject, so I asked Dr. Don Eggen, Forest Health Manager for Pennsylvania's Department of Conservation and Natural Resources to smarten me up.
He explained that the adult beetles emerge from infested trees beginning in late Spring and continuing through the summer. (An Ohio State Bulletin on the pests gives a 'first emergence' time range of early May in Southern Ohio to early June in Michigan.) Then they fly up into the canopy and feed lightly on the leaves of the tree. This part was totally new info to me. I had thought of these pests only in their larval (borer) stage, but Dr. Eggen explained that it all begins with some minor-league leaf chewing by the adults right after they emerge. Dr. Eggen says that so many borers are typically carving out their distinctive 'S'-shaped galleries that they eventually 'girdle' the tree by destroying that precious layer under the bark in a complete circle. Dr. Eggen adds that a treatment with the professional-only pesticide lasts three to five years; and only harms insects feeding on the inside of the tree. So I'm filing this under our "Common Sense Pest Control" category.


www.lockhaven.com

r Don Eggen, Chief of the Forest Pest Management Division, Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and National Resources (DCNR).


www.lewistownsentinel.com

Don Eggen, Chief of the Forest Pest Management Division, Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and National Resources.


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