6 days agoby CTXWoodlandsPine sawfly larvae are back! Loblolly pines are being defoliated by black headed pine sawfly in both Bastrop and Austin
3 weeks agoby CTXWoodlandsYou may see these Red-Shouldered bugs huddled up on some of your trees as the weather gets cooler. They feed
1 week agoby CTXWoodlandsGot Burls? The cause of most burls is unknown. They may develop in response to insects, bacteria, fungi, mistletoe, or
4 days agoby CTXWoodlandsNot only is Pecan the state tree of Texas, it is also a major crop. Texas boasts over 100,000 acres
2 weeks agoby CTXWoodlandsToday we are thankful for the scenic views of Texas and the trees that fill them! What are you thankful
3 weeks agoby CTXWoodlandsYou may have more to pick up in your yard than leaves this fall. Small diameter branches littering your yard
Welcome to Texas Oak Wilt
The Texas Oak Wilt Partnership is a collaborative project between the Texas A&M Forest Service and the Forest Health Protection branch of the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Forest Service with the goals of delivering oak wilt education to the general public, facilitate communication among private and public stakeholders who have a vested interest in oak wilt, and provide a venue for sharing information about oak wilt identification, management, and research.