The Polyphagous Shot Hole Borer (PSHB) was recently introduced into South Africa from East Asia. It is spreading rapidly within our urban forests and it is indiscriminately attacking our trees. The PSHB Infested tree’s vascular system begins to fail, leaves start to turn brown, eventually the tree dies. For more information visit www.PSHB.co.za
The Shot Hole Borer Public Meeting will be held on the evening of Friday the 13th September 2019.
This meeting is a free event intended to inform the public who know what to do when they discover the Shot Hole Borer killing the trees in their home and their suburb.
The PSHB Public Meeting will be held in Durban, the venue is still to be confirmed.
For further information contact info@TreeTreatment.co.za