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Vine ID

Started this discussion. Last reply by Dave McGill Sep 7. 1 Reply

Trying to identify this vine,…Continue

Please Identify

Started this discussion. Last reply by Mark Kurtis Nov 3, 2015. 2 Replies

IMG_0144.JPGWondering what this…Continue

Seeding Logging Roads

Started this discussion. Last reply by john zylstra Aug 17, 2012. 1 Reply

I just had some old logging roads that were in bad shape graded and repaired on a section of my property. To offset some of the cost I told the contractor I wouldDo the final seeding ect... My…Continue

Possible EAB

Started this discussion. Last reply by Rebecca Hargrave Mar 23, 2012. 5 Replies

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Dave McGill replied to Mark Domingos's discussion Vine ID
"Looks like old man's beard (AKA, virgin's bower and devil's darning needles; Clematis virginiana (buttercup family))."
Sep 7
Mark Domingos posted a discussion

Vine ID

Trying to identify this vine, grew about 12' this year and overtook a apple tree. Any help would be appreciated.Thanks,Mark DomingosSee More
Sep 6
Mark Kurtis replied to Mark Domingos's discussion Please Identify
"I've seen a lot of this on Black cherry leaves. This is what you have there, yes?  So I looked around to find the best, most compact description. Found here: https://nhgardensolutions.wordpress.com/tag/plants/ was; Finger galls on the…"
Nov 3, 2015
Daniel Little replied to Mark Domingos's discussion Please Identify
"Spindle galls, most likely caused by the eriophyid mite."
Oct 29, 2015
Mark Domingos posted a discussion

Please Identify

IMG_0144.JPGWondering what this is , and if someone can identify.Thanks,MarkSee More
Oct 29, 2015
john zylstra replied to Mark Domingos's discussion Seeding Logging Roads
"Hi Mark, Good question, long answer, based upon your goals. General answer. You'll need to complete a soil test, not sure how you arrived at the ph range, self test or local service & you'll need to tell the tester whatyou desire to…"
Aug 17, 2012
Mark Domingos posted a discussion

Seeding Logging Roads

I just had some old logging roads that were in bad shape graded and repaired on a section of my property. To offset some of the cost I told the contractor I wouldDo the final seeding ect... My question is what would be the best seed mixture forThis application. Some of the roads run east to west and some run north to south. They do not get a lot of sun but do get some. The ph of the soil in adjacent fields runs from 5.7-6.1. I would like it to have wildlife benefits but I do also use the roads…See More
Jul 8, 2012
Rebecca Hargrave replied to Mark Domingos's discussion Possible EAB
"Mark, Yeah, kudos to Dave for going on a Sunday! As for what to do with the tree. The elm tree probably has elm bark beetles. If you peel back the bark where the woodpeckering is you'll probably see very distinct galleries (see photo) and…"
Mar 23, 2012
Mark Domingos replied to Mark Domingos's discussion Possible EAB
"Here is an update. The large larvae was as Rebecca stated a flatheaded apple borer. As for the tree it turned out to be a elm infected with elm bark beetles. I would like to thank Dave Thorp from CE for coming over to do a site investigation with me…"
Mar 22, 2012
Herb Linderman replied to Mark Domingos's discussion Possible EAB
"Almost a month has passed since this was posted. Is there any update on whether eab is present at this site. The large tree pictured sure has the shape of an elm tree to my eye. Hope it is an elm."
Mar 22, 2012
Mark Whitmore replied to Mark Domingos's discussion Possible EAB
"I agree with Rebecca. this is a round-headed borer, the family Cerambycidae. The larva looks like a horseshoe nail as opposed to those of EAB (family Buprestidae)in the photo that Rebecca posted. Notice that the head of the EAB is about the same…"
Feb 28, 2012
Rebecca Hargrave replied to Mark Domingos's discussion Possible EAB
"Mark, The larva does not look like Emerald Ash Borer. It actually looks a little like a flatheaded appletree borer, which does feed on a variety of hardwood trees. EAB larvae, and other Agrilus, have a "nested bells" look to their body…"
Feb 28, 2012
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Feb 28, 2012
Peter Smallidge replied to Mark Domingos's discussion Control Beech in Winter
"Hi Jack: You can cut in the winter and re-surface the stumps in the summer.  You probably don't need 3' stumps, but that height would make them easier to find and provide a useful stick of firewood.  The work I have done with…"
Feb 3, 2012
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Jan 25, 2012
Jack Vernold replied to Mark Domingos's discussion Control Beech in Winter
"I also would like to cut my beech during the winter when I have more time available and was wondering if I left 3-4 ft high stumps could I then come back in the spring and cut them closer to the ground and do a cut stump treatment. This would allow…"
Jan 19, 2012

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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

Buckthorn Baggie

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

Buckthorn Baggie kills invasive trees without chemicals…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

Silvopasture Workshop

Started by Alicia Rose in Agroforestry Jul 6. 0 Replies

Silvopasture Workshop https://misanews.wordpress.com/2017/06/15/silvopasture-workshop/August 4-5, 2017La Crescent, MinnesotaThe University of Minnesota Extension,…Continue

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