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Buckthorn Baggie

Started this discussion. Last reply by John McNerney Nov 8. 1 Reply

Buckthorn Baggie kills invasive trees without chemicals…Continue

Glossy or alder buckthorn

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Glossy or alder buckthorn (Rhamnus frangula)…Continue

Bucikthorn Identification

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Buckthorn identificationCommon buckthorn (Rhamnus cathartica)…Continue

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Nov 10
John McNerney replied to Carl DuPoldt's discussion Buckthorn Baggie
"Or you can just zip-tie (or rubber band) a piece of an old black plastic garbage bag over the stump."
Nov 8
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Tamarack Tree - Some Links that may be of interest

Tamarack: the unsolved mystery tree http://www.yourleaf.org/blog/andrea-bake/2013-09-16/tamarack-unsolved-mystery-tree -------------- Tamarack: Our Only Native Deciduous Conifer…See More
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"Agroforestry Connection USDA National Agroforestry Center https://nac.unl.edu"
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"Silvopasture: Adding a Little Forest to the Farm…"
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Bark Beetle and Climate Change webinar - Aug 1st

Bark Beetle Outbreaks in Western North America: Causes, Control and ConsequencesDr. Jodi Axelson, Assistant Cooperative Extension Specialist, UC BerkeleyDate: Tuesday, Aug. 1, 2017Time: 12 pm (MDT) Learn at Lunch webinar - August 1, 2017 2PM EDThttps://extension.zoom.us/webinar/register/359932387/success?user_id=kgsFMcscTAyOSDqcrq9y7gDr. Jodi Axelson’s research has primarily focused on how…See More
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David J Vinish II liked Carl DuPoldt's discussion The Charter of the Forest: Influential partner of historic Magna Carta
Apr 19
Tim Goodman replied to Carl DuPoldt's discussion Logger Training….It’s Not Just for Loggers
"Where and when us the class in naples ny? I cant find it here. Thanks Tim Goodman"
Apr 17
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Apr 17
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native Plants of New York

A native plant is one that naturally occurs in a region without having been introduced from elsewhere by people. Over thousands of years, native plants have adapted to the climate, soils, and environmental conditions of our area. They have developed the ability to thrive in our humid summers and freezing winters and to entice local insects, birds, and other animals to pollinate their flowers and disperse their fruits. Native plants are responsible for clean air, pure water, soil stability,…See More
Apr 13
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Forests worldwide threatened by drought

Forests worldwide threatened by droughthttps://m.phys.org/news/2017-02-forests-worldwide-threatened-drought.html-----------------------An analysis, published in the journal Ecology Letters, suggests that forests are at risk globally from the increased frequency and severity of droughts.The study found a similar response in across the world, where…See More
Mar 4
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Ash Tree Update - 2016

Ash Tree Update - 2016 https://science.nature.nps.gov/im/units/ncrn/assets/docs/RBs/NCRN_Ash_2016_RB.pdf Summary • The invasive emerald ash borer beetle is present in National Capital Region (NCR) parks • It is nearly 100% fatal to ash trees • White ash is a very common tree in NCR forests • Ash tree mortality is rising • Parks are managing hazard and special value treesSee More
Feb 24
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Hemlock Woolly Adelgid Fact Sheet

Adelges tsugae, the hemlock woolly adelgid, is a fluid-feeding insectthat feeds on hemlock trees throughout eastern North America,including Pennsylvania. The egg sacs ofthese insects look like the tipsof cotton swabs clinging to the undersides of hemlock branches.Hemlock woolly adelgid was introduced from Asia into the PacificNorthwest in 1924. It was probably introduced into the northeastern USin the 1950's, and it was first discovered in Pennsylvania in 1967Hemlock Woolly Adelgid Fact Sheet…See More
Oct 22, 2016
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Quantifying the Value of Trees

Quantifying the Value of TreesBy Janice Kaspersen…See More
Sep 9, 2016

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Buckthorn Baggie

Started by Carl DuPoldt in Woodlot Management. Last reply by John McNerney Nov 8. 1 Reply

Buckthorn Baggie kills invasive trees without chemicals…Continue

Tamarack Tree - Some Links that may be of interest

Started by Carl DuPoldt in Agroforestry Oct 29. 0 Replies

Tamarack: the unsolved mystery tree…Continue

Landfire

Started by Alicia Rose in Forest Health Oct 27. 0 Replies

During the Q & A session, many of you expressed interest in the comparison of LANDFIRE BpS and NRCS Ecological Site Descriptions. The attached report is also available online:…Continue

Vine ID

Started by Mark Domingos in Woodlot Management. Last reply by Dave McGill Sep 7. 1 Reply

Trying to identify this vine, grew about 12' this year and overtook a apple tree.…Continue

Glossy or alder buckthorn

Started by Carl DuPoldt in Woodlot Management Aug 27. 0 Replies

Glossy or alder buckthorn (Rhamnus frangula)…Continue

Bucikthorn Identification

Started by Carl DuPoldt in Woodlot Management Aug 27. 0 Replies

Buckthorn identificationCommon buckthorn (Rhamnus cathartica)…Continue

Bark Beetle and Climate Change webinar - Aug 1st

Started by Carl DuPoldt in Forest Health Jul 26. 0 Replies

Bark Beetle Outbreaks in Western North America: Causes, Control and ConsequencesDr. Jodi Axelson, Assistant Cooperative Extension Specialist, UC BerkeleyDate: Tuesday, Aug. 1, 2017Time: 12 pm (MDT) Learn at Lunch webinar - August 1, 2017 2PM EDT…Continue

plants for erosion control

Started by Jim Martin in Woodlot Management. Last reply by Kevin Mathers Jul 18. 1 Reply

I having a timber harvest.  A lot of new logging roads will be made on  100 acres. I need information about seeding to prevent erosion.  My guess is that some roads will be in heavy or light shade and some will be open.Any insight or information…Continue

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