[a question from a woodlot owner that I'll keep anonymous]I have some small diameter beech trees growing in close proximity to some healthy black cherry trees and I would like to take some of these…Continue
The noon (1/21/2014) webinar was well attended, about 90+, and great conversation/chat.One item that came up was whether the triclopyr products (Garlon, in its various formulations such as Garlon 3…Continue
I saw a question about the impacts of logging on deer, specifically concern by hunters who lease from an active forest management owner. Here is a response offered by Dr. Paul Curtis...Does anyone…Continue
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The 4-H Forestry Invitational is a great event for youth from across the nation that exposes them, with a high level of mastery, to forest management skills and principles. Ingrid Hill of Cornell Cooperative Extension in Orange County leads that 4-H program. Dave Jackson of PSU Cooperative Extension provides national leadership. These efforts of course supplemented by thousands of hours of volunteer time. Thanks and congratulations to all!! This year, NY placed second…Continue
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Title – Hemlock Woolly Adelgid: Ecology, Management and Recent BioControl Research. Mark Whitmore, Cornell University Cooperative Extension
June 17, 2015 (live at noon and again at 7PM for an hour each)
The January 21 webinar on Ecology and Management of beech was particularly useful because of the discussion it generated. It has been archived to www.youtube.com/ForestConnect at this specific URL (here).
Note that a related webinar on herbicide use in forests is scheduled via ForestConnect on May 20, 2015, but Dave Jackson. See the events panel …Continue
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Webinars are live for an hour at noon and again at 7PM, the third Wednesday of each month.
Why trees grow where they…Continue