PSHB Tree List
The following chart represents the survey resulting in trees being classified as reproductive host trees.
21 tree species have been identified as “Reproductive Hosts” within South Africa and evidence of PSHB has been found in 151 trees species within South Africa.
PSHB National Distribution Reports
Polyphagous Shot Hole Borer (PSHB) is embedding itself in South African trees. It has spread across South Africa, attacking our urban trees and also our indigenous forests.
Reporting activity is directly correlated with media coverage, as more people learn about Polyphagous Shot Hole Borer (PSHB) the user base of Tree Survey increases, and so data coverage of where PSHB has spread within South Africa improves.
Reports of PSHB are managed within a centralized incident management platform, the following regional reports have been generated:
Solution House is our technology partner – Incident Desk supports your local municipality and enables the national distribution reporting on the Shot Hole Borer.