3 weeks agoby CTXWoodlandsDo your pecans look like this? Pecan scab and powdery mildew are frequently found in mid to late summer on
1 week agoby CTXWoodlandsTrees do not heal after wounding, instead they seal over through a process called compartmentalization of decay in trees (CODIT).
1 week agoby CTXWoodlandsA beautiful specimen of Liatris, spotted in a Central Texas prairie, is seen here. These fall flowering species are beneficial
1 day agoby CTXWoodlandsDoes your #elm tree look like this?⠀ If so then you may have a population of the Elm Leaf Beetle.
2 weeks agoby CTXWoodlandsIn botany, habit is the growth form or architecture of a tree. For example, a live oak’s natural habit is
2 weeks agoby CTXWoodlandsForests and rivers have a very close relationship and both need to be managed carefully. If you want more information
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.