Rebecca Hargrave
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Shiitake mushrooms

Started this discussion. Last reply by Thomas Wilson Apr 1, 2012. 1 Reply

This early warm weather has my shiitake fruiting! Anyone else seeing anything?Continue

Invasive Species in New York

Started this discussion. Last reply by Rebecca Hargrave Oct 20, 2011. 2 Replies

New York just updated in Invasive Species web site. Check out profiles, learn about the Emerald Ash Borer, Giant Hogweed and Feral Swine (and more) at…Continue

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Rebecca Hargrave liked Brett Chedzoy's discussion GMO American Chestnuts - will the King of the Eastern Forests return?
Dec 30, 2014
Rebecca Hargrave replied to Ron Farr's discussion End coat and shiitake mushrooms
"Ron, If you put an appropriate amount of spawn in the log and the logs are fresh (not colonized by any other decay organism) the shiitake should be able to colonize the log, more or less, fully. There is the potential for other decay organisms…"
Mar 27, 2014
Rebecca Hargrave replied to Ron Farr's discussion End coat and shiitake mushrooms
"Ron, Are these logs you're going mushrooms in? Or, trying to keep mushrooms out of? Rebecca"
Mar 27, 2014
Rebecca Hargrave replied to Ann Malaspina's discussion tulip poplar
"Hi Ann, That's a good question. Tulip-poplar goes by many names. The scientific is Magnoliaceae Liriodendron tulipifera. But, commonly it's called tulip-poplar, yellow-poplar, tuliptree and probably a few other things. The hyphen is…"
Jan 17, 2014
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Dec 30, 2013
Rebecca Hargrave replied to Bob Bob's discussion Red Cedar Soil to Garden Soil
"Bob Bob, I'm going to make two assumptions: your speaking about western redcedar (as your profile says you're in Washington State), and you're concerned about the pH level of the soil. The soil under a redcedar is often assumed to be…"
May 29, 2013
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Beech Scale close up

"Good population."
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Rebecca Hargrave replied to steve malan's discussion Prognosis needed on Loblolly in MD
"Steve, I would stake or guy the trees back up. They will correct themselves naturally over time, but generally they will have a crook in the stem; you can correct that by staking/guying them. And, most of them are small enough that they can be…"
Mar 18, 2013
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Mar 13, 2013
Rebecca Hargrave commented on Peter Smallidge's blog post Woodland owners of Britain
"That is a fascinating article. Imagine- intensely managing 2-3 acres of ash! And, maybe even making a living at it. On a side note, often our ash "decline" is the result of white ash seeding into wet/poor soils. They grow…"
Nov 12, 2012
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"Took the opportunity the other day to scrape gypsy moth egg masses off trees."
Aug 1, 2012
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Homeowners Workshop on Emerald Ash Borer presented by the WNY Emerald Ash Borer Task Force at Grupp Lounge in the Richard E. Winters building at Canisius College

July 21, 2012 from 9am to 12pm
The July 21st workshop, held in coordination with the 20th Annual NYS ReLeaf Conference, will provide information on how to identify ash tree and EAB infestations, when and how homeowners should treat their trees as EAB approaches their community, and the role of tree boards and local conservation committees in education, early detection and management.  EAB infestations will affect all New Yorkers in some manner, and require collective efforts to “Slow the Spread.”  Slowing the spread of EAB…See More
Jul 6, 2012
Rebecca Hargrave replied to Thomas Wilson's discussion Are Gall's a reason to cull Hickory trees?
"Do they look like this? http://www.forestryimages.org/browse/detail.cfm?imgnum=1470116http://(photo by A. Steven Munson, USDA Forest Service, Bugwood.org) That is Phomopsis gall. The gall is caused by a fungus, and there are other trees and shrubs…"
Jul 5, 2012
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Emerald Ash Borer NYS First Detector Training - North Country Tour - Keene Valley at Adirondack Chapter of The Nature Conservancy & the Adirondack Land Trust

June 29, 2012 from 1pm to 5pm
Want to help in the fight with Emerald Ash Borer? We’re looking for First Detectors who want to:•Become a local expert who can answer EAB biology and management questions.•Aid in the community preparedness planning process•Engage others as volunteers to monitor for EAB, conduct street tree inventories, collect ash seed and educate about the issues surrounding Emerald Ash Borer These training sessions will go over in-depth details of EAB biology, signs and symptoms, hosts, control and…See More
Jun 15, 2012

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Tracking Pests with Growing Degree Days

Posted on May 3, 2012 at 4:11pm 0 Comments

Insects rely on warm temperatures to grow, and thus their emergence and life cycle progression can be tracked by tracking the "heating units" that accumulate each day. This is referred to as growing degree days.

Growing degree days (GDD) are calculated by average the high and low temperature for the day and subtracting 50 (base 50). The positive remainder is added to the cumulative total of GDD. For more information on GDD and how to calculate the go to:…

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EAB in Dutchess County

Posted on March 28, 2012 at 3:30pm 3 Comments

Recent news: The Emerald Ash Borer has been found in Dutchess County, across from the large Ulster and Greene County infestation. This is the first EAB find east of the Hudson River. See the 2011 maps at http://www.nyis.info/index.php?action=eab_maps

The new location is not yet on the map.

Arbor Day Ideas

Posted on March 28, 2012 at 2:53pm 0 Comments

Arbor Day is Coming! Are you ready?

There are lots of things you can do to celebrate Arbor Day. Traditionally we plant a tree, have the Mayor read a proclamation, and get our picture taken by Frank with the paper. But, there are other things you can do. If you're, like me, concerned about the Emerald Ash Borer, or other forest health issue, you can use the day to bring some attention to it.

Here are some ideas:

  1. Take part in an Ash Tagging event. Contact your local…
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Pest ID Resources

Posted on March 21, 2012 at 3:47pm 1 Comment

During the "How Pests Pester your Trees" webinar today, I was asked what references I use. I use a lot. Here is a short list. Some of these are for keying out, some would be used for verification of ID. Most of these do not include management recommendations; that's a different list!

Books I use (and I use mostly books for initial ID):

Insects that Feed on Trees and Shrubs. Johnson and Lyon. Cornell University Press:…

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At 3:25pm on October 13, 2011, Rich Taber said…

Have there been any feral swine reported in the Norwich area?

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480a disqualification after EAB

Started by Bill Pontius in Woodlot Management Jan 4. 0 Replies

Here's a hypothetical question (hopefully). If an ash stand no longer has sufficient density to qualify for the 480a program following ash borer invasion, and if that stand is necessary for having more than 50 acres for the program, what happens?…Continue

controlling beech

Started by robert dalbo in Woodlot Management. Last reply by robert dalbo Dec 11, 2018. 2 Replies

I have a section on my property approximately 5 acres with mature oak and maples 18 to 20 inches, well spaced, but the understory is a combination of beech and ferns. I have cut some beech and sprayed some the ferns with mediocre success. I do not…Continue

New film & resources to help YOU save forests!

Started by Lew Ward in Woodlot Management Nov 19, 2018. 0 Replies

'New film & resources to help YOU save forests!A new, short, animated (and…Continue

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IPhone surveys

Started by Jim Martin in Woodlot Management. Last reply by Jim Martin Oct 27, 2018. 2 Replies

Smart phones have GPS.  Has anyone figured out how to use them for mapping wooded land.  I am especially interested in a way to map  my logging trails. Jim MartinContinue

Oldest Flowering Tree in North Americal

Started by Carl DuPoldt in Forest Health Oct 2, 2018. 0 Replies

Fossil of Oldest Flowering Tree in North America Discovered. And It Was Huge. -- https://www.livescience.com/63719-flowering-tree-fossil-cretaceous.htmlContinue

Slash and squirt control of Ailanthus

Started by Mark Horberg in Woodlot Management. Last reply by Peter Smallidge Sep 23, 2018. 5 Replies

I have 20-30 ailanthus trees on my property in the 4-6 inch diameter range.  What specific herbicide and concentration should I use for slash and squirt?  Can you recommend a place where it can be purchased in small quantities?  Thanks. Continue

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