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beech cut-stump and movement to other species?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Peter Smallidge on Thursday. 5 Replies

I received an email with the following question, and my response...below.  If you have experiences with cut-stump on beech (or other species that root sucker), please share your story and…Continue

Tags: stumping, glyphosate, high, triclopyr, management

Goats in the Woods

Started Dec 10, 2015 0 Replies

The goats in the woods project was an effort to (1) assess the impact of goats on mature timber and (2) determine how woodland grazing might benefit goat producers.Are you a candidate (…Continue

cut stump on beech didn't work

Started this discussion. Last reply by Mark Kurtis Feb 2. 7 Replies

I received an email with this question and my response.  Please add thoughts you might have on a solution...Question:I am currently under a forestry practice contract through EQUIP.  [a forester]…Continue

Terminology - coppice, suckering, adventitious

Started this discussion. Last reply by Peter Smallidge Oct 26, 2015. 2 Replies

I received the following question, and offer this response.  Let me know if I've missed something.QuestionI have a question about secondary sprouting on certain tree species and the correct…Continue

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AVID

AVID - Assessing Vegetation Impacts from Deer.  Kristi Sullivan, Peter Smallidge and Paul Curtis. Cornell University Cooperative Extension, Department of Natural Resources, Ithaca, NY. Obtain a copy hereThe white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus) can significantly influence New York’s forests. As selective browsers, deer prefer to eat certain plant species more…See More
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Peter Smallidge replied to Peter Smallidge's discussion beech cut-stump and movement to other species?
"Hi Jim: i echo all of Brett's comments. Cut stump will move at least 50 ft from the treated stump to other beech that are connected.  Big stumps have big root systems and a wide network of suckers.   Often reported (I haven't…"
Thursday
Peter Smallidge replied to Terry Schaedig's discussion Chainsaw oil
"Hi Terry: A few years back our local Game of Logging instructor was experimenting with canola oil.  Last I knew, he had gone through a few tanks with this and didn't have any trouble.  Others may know better, but I assume that if the…"
Thursday
Brett Chedzoy replied to Peter Smallidge's discussion beech cut-stump and movement to other species?
"Jim,  those are good questions and Peter will likely have more to add to the following: I don't believe diameter (beyond the small pole stage) has any influence in susceptibility to BBD, though it's not uncommon to see small poles…"
May 18
Jim Breckenridge replied to Peter Smallidge's discussion beech cut-stump and movement to other species?
"I'll be interested to hear how your experiments progress. We also have, in one particular stand, a relatively high percentage (but still less than 50%) of healthy beech trees. Are mature, healthy trees, over 12" dbh, necessarily…"
May 17
Brett Chedzoy replied to Peter Smallidge's discussion beech cut-stump and movement to other species?
"In these same stands of beech that show heavy infestation by Beech Bark Disease (BBD), we are finding a handful of large, healthy trees that have no visible signs of BBD.  We plan to preserve these Beech in the upcoming harvest and do some…"
May 17
Peter Smallidge commented on Peter Smallidge's blog post Northern Long-Eared Bat: NY Harvesting Restrictions
"Some clarification from NYSDEC.  My questions in bold, responses in italics... The document on forestry guidance makes reference to “known” roost trees.  How does an owner or forester assess and designate a tree as a…"
May 6
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Northern Long-Eared Bat: NY Harvesting Restrictions

The northern long-eared bat population has declined as a result of the white-nosed syndrome.  Although forest harvesting does not impact the bat or habitat per se, felling a tree where a bat is located or disturbing a hibernaculum would be problematic.  There are both state and federal regulations that apply.Here is communication from NYSDEC on May 5 2016"As you may know, the northern long eared bat (NLEB) has been listed by the USFWS as threatened due to declines as a result of white nose…See More
May 6
Jim Breckenridge replied to Peter Smallidge's discussion beech cut-stump and movement to other species?
"Very helpful. Thanks. Understood it very clearly until the last sentence. Basal drill-n-fill and foliar Garlon 4/triclopyr basal bark sound different from spraying the exposed end-grain of a cut stump."
Apr 29
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beech cut-stump and movement to other species?

I received an email with the following question, and my response...below.  If you have experiences with cut-stump on beech (or other species that root sucker), please share your story and pictures.Questionif i do a cut stump treatment to control beech suckering, will roundup leach to or kill any trees near the applied beech stump?this is my only concern about the application of roundup, I'm nervous about killing off oaks cherries and maples in the surrounding forest through the root systems. in…See More
Apr 21
Peter Smallidge commented on Peter Smallidge's blog post Entomology of Sugar Maple Forests
"Mark's presentation showed predicted patterns of sugar maple shifts associated with climate change predictions. Those models are here  http://www.nrs.fs.fed.us/atlas/tree/future_iv_318.html#"
Apr 20
Peter Smallidge posted a blog post

Entomology of Sugar Maple Forests

Sugar maple is one of the most iconic and economically important trees in our forests. This webinar will address some of the most important current and potential insect pests and stressors that may accentuate their impacts. Insects (and other pests) tend to target specific parts of trees.  By understanding these parts, and their interaction with pests, owners, producers and managers can better understand and utilize methods of control.  Join Mark Whitmore of the Cornell University Department of…See More
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stand 5-1 timber ax 20150926_132402

"Ron, yes, that's the stand.  Timber ax is a slicer head.  The goal was 4" to 6" stubble, but result was closer to 12" to 18".  We'll have to see if that sprouts as desired.  I've established 125…"
Apr 19
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stand 5-1 timber ax 20150926_132402

"Is that the stand at the top of the hill that you had sprayed once, but black birch came back? Timberax is a mulcher head? Ron"
Apr 19
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stand 5-1 timber ax 20150926_132402

Arnot Forest Stand 5-1. Regrew following harvesting and herbicide to desired (heavily browsed) hardwoods and beech with black birch. Timber ax in fall 2015 to coppice the hardwoods for research on growth rates of desired coppice species.
Apr 19

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AVID

Posted on May 20, 2016 at 3:16pm 0 Comments

AVID - Assessing Vegetation Impacts from Deer.  

Kristi Sullivan, Peter Smallidge and Paul Curtis. Cornell University Cooperative Extension, Department of Natural Resources, Ithaca, NY. 

Obtain a copy here

The white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus) can significantly influence New York’s forests. As selective…

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Northern Long-Eared Bat: NY Harvesting Restrictions

Posted on May 6, 2016 at 2:08pm 1 Comment

The northern long-eared bat population has declined as a result of the white-nosed syndrome.  Although forest harvesting does not impact the bat or habitat per se, felling a tree where a bat is located or disturbing a hibernaculum would be problematic.  There are both state and federal regulations that apply.

Here is communication from NYSDEC on May 5 2016

"As you may know, the northern long eared bat (NLEB) has been listed by the USFWS as threatened due to declines…

Continue

Entomology of Sugar Maple Forests

Posted on April 20, 2016 at 12:53pm 1 Comment

Sugar maple is one of the most iconic and economically important trees in our forests. This webinar will address some of the most important current and potential insect pests and stressors that may accentuate their impacts. Insects (and other pests) tend to target specific parts of trees.  By understanding these parts, and their interaction with pests, owners, producers and managers can better understand and utilize methods of control.  Join Mark Whitmore of the Cornell University…

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Buying and Selling Sap

Posted on February 17, 2016 at 12:00pm 0 Comments

Many landowners seek entrepreneurial opportunities from their woodlands, as a way to offset management costs or as part of a business venture.  Traditional opportunities have emphasized extraction of fiber (timber, firewood, pulp) or land rental fees (hunting leases), and of course maple syrup production. 

The buying and selling of sap has also been part of the rural tradition of woodland enterprises. Often, though, the process for the transaction, how to value the sap, and how to…

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At 10:12am on October 15, 2011, Paul Schork said…

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Removal of grass around seedlings in pasture

Started by Joanne Vaughn in Woodlot Management 2 hours ago. 0 Replies

Even after the timely discussion of "green lie" this week, I am still unsure of the best method to eliminate grassy vegetation around the pine, cedar and oak seedlings we are putting in this spring. I feel this is very important because we lost a…Continue

beech cut-stump and movement to other species?

Started by Peter Smallidge in Woodlot Management. Last reply by Peter Smallidge on Thursday. 5 Replies

I received an email with the following question, and my response...below.  If you have experiences with cut-stump on beech (or other species that root sucker), please share your story and pictures.Questionif i do a cut stump treatment to control…Continue

Tags: stumping, glyphosate, high, triclopyr, management

Chainsaw oil

Started by Terry Schaedig in Woodlot Management. Last reply by Peter Smallidge on Thursday. 1 Reply

I'm looking for a biodegradable chainsaw oil, specifically for inoculating trees and stumps with mushroom spawn.  But also if available for general use.  I have never been comfortable with the amount of oil dispersed in the forest. Products I have…Continue

Timber Innovation Legislation Act

Started by Carl DuPoldt in Agroforestry on Thursday. 0 Replies

Timber Innovation Act legislationhttp://www.softwoodlumberboard.org/news/timber-innovation-act-legislation-introduced/Proposed legislation, the…Continue

Soil Compaction - a concern in urban areas.

Started by Alicia Rose in Forest Health May 11. 0 Replies

Here's a link that discusses some of the problems with soil compaction. It is from an on lot sewage disposal system perspective; however, it mentions some interesting points. Let me know what you think? The Problem with Soil Compaction…Continue

Urban Forestry

Started by Carl DuPoldt in Forest Health May 8. 0 Replies

Urban Forestry – 5 Percent Rule or the Improving on the 10-20-30 rule for Tree Diversity and Sustainability – Excerpts from Dr. John Ball, SDSU Extension Forestry (…Continue

Wood Construction

Started by Carl DuPoldt in Agroforestry May 5. 0 Replies

Bill Aims to Spur Wood Building Boomhttp://www.agriculture.senate.gov/imo/media/doc/Timber%20Innovation%20Act.pdf“Wood construction is a winner for our rural…Continue

Carbon Market Opportunities

Started by Carl DuPoldt in Agroforestry Apr 8. 0 Replies

Carbon market opportunities could benefit Oregon’s private timberland owners…Continue

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