Chinese white ash, resistant to emerald ash borer?
Since the emerald ash borer's advance across the Midwest appears inevitable at this point, I was looking into purchasing a few Chinese white ash seedlings, Fraxinus chinensis, as replacements IF they are borer resistant. I was assuming that, since they coevolved along with the borer in Asia, they would be resistant to it. However, I haven't been able to find any actual evidence to back up my assumption and I was wondering if anyone here knew for sure? Also, is there any chance they would cross with native American ashes? Thanks!