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... Strumella canker 1. Loblolly pine 2. Bark retained on canker 3. Apothecium 4. Sporodochium 5. White oak 6. Rhizomorphs Beech-scale nectria canker 1. Introduced insect vector 2. Red perithecia 3 ... does not induce (wilt, bark cracking, vascular discoloration, heart rot) in the host. G. (Red oaks, white oaks) are most susceptible to the oak wilt disease. H. (Mycelial mat, pressure pad, synnema) is ...
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VT Forestry I.D. Cards - red maple
... not uncommon. Form:A very large tree; when open grown, white oaks have rugged, irregular crowns that are wide spreading, with a ... approaching 100 feet. Notes: VT Forestry I.D. Cards - white fir white fir Pinaceae Abies concolor Leaf:Flattened needles, silvery blue-green ... droop branchlets. Notes: VT Forestry I.D. Cards - white spruce white spruce Pinaceae Picea glauca Leaf:Evergreen needles, stiff, 1/ ...
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Quercus alba fact sheet
... Quercus alba fact sheet White oak Fagaceae Quercus alba L. Leaf: Alternate, simple, oblong to ovate in shape, pinnately veined ... . On older trees smooth patches are not uncommon. Form: A large tree; when open grown, white oaks have rugged, irregular crowns that are wide spreading, with a stocky bole. In the forest ...
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Arbor Advisor - Spring 2006 - Collier Arbor Care
... white oak (Quercus garryana) can achieve heights of over 100 feet. Oaks are known for their massive size, long life and characteristic rounded crown — the Oregon white ... wasp insect. The Oregon white oak has the longest north-south distribution among the western oaks occurring from Vancouver Island, ... for the Acorn woodpecker. One of the largest Oregon white oaks in the world is the Signature oak at the ...
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ECSONG: The Nuttery: 10(3) 1991
... -grown red oaks. The southern part, of white oaks produced from seed from Morton, Ont., is not so well developed. The trees are little more than half the height of the red oaks. They ... high a water table. 3. Butternut Planting. Located somewhere behind the bush fronted by the oaks mentioned above. We did not reach it as the dirt road to it was closed ...
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ECSONG: The Nuttery: 11(4) 1992
... a local backhoe operator who removed and piled the stumps and also transplanted several small white ash trees. Tentative arrangements were made for a nearby farmer to disc this field this ... the trees Plastic guards protected the stems from severe meadow vole damage throughout. All the white oaks growing in the various locations originated from a common stand (compare other information on this ...
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Floridata: Quercus michauxii
... in zones 5-9. Propagation: The acorns of most white oaks have no dormancy requirement and will germinate immediately after falling ... The oaks are divided into two groups: white oaks and red or black oaks. Swamp chestnut oak is a member of the white oak group, characterized by acorns that mature in a single season and leaves that lack bristle tips. There are some 500 species of oaks ...
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Wild Ones Archive 2002
... #20: Gall of the Earth Nov 08: QUES #21: SW Plants Nov 08: QUES #23: White Oaks Home © Wild Ones®. All rights reserved. Updated: Oct 19, 2006. webmaster
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Root and Butt Rots of Oaks
... Q. velutina (black). Older long-lived oak species (white and red oaks) and short-lived species (willow and water oaks) are most frequently affected. Symptoms Blow-down during ... oaks. Fungus Type of rot Description Armillaria spp. White, yellow brown, stringy Brown mushroom, in clusters, with a ring on stem Bondarzewia berkeleyi White, stringy Large, multibranched, cream top Ganoderma lucidum White ...
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Swamp White Oak
... White Oak Quercus bicolor Swamp White Oak A swamp white oak in Mercer County, NJ. This tree has bark much like that of the white ... white oak, and is commonly found with other oaks, such as the white or red oak, and the hickories. This tree has rough gray bark, which turns mottled and white ... , and similar to those of the white oak. This Oak is a member of the White Oak subgenus. Description leaves 6-9 ...
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