Thursday, January 31, 2013

New event announcement: Care of Ornamental Trees



Care of Ornamental Trees
Saturday, March 30, 2013, 9am-1pm
Austin Community College, South Campus, rm 1130
1820 W Stassney Lane, Austin TX 

Oak wilt, one of the most destructive tree diseases in the United States, is killing oak trees in central Texas at epidemic proportions.  Dr. David Appel, professor in the Department of Plant Pathology at Texas A&M, will teach which trees are affected by oak wilt, how to identify the disease, how it is spread, and how it can be managed.  We will discuss preventative measures that can help you avoid this devastating disease. 

Please register at https://agriliferegister.tamu.edu   keyword: Trees, or by phone (979)845-2604.  Class fee is $25 (water and snacks provided). Free parking available.  Sign-in at the security desk with your vehicle license number. This class is presented by the Travis County Master Gardeners, a volunteer arm of the Texas AgriLife Extension Service in Travis County.

4 comments:

  1. Great post! Thanks for the update!

    -Samudaworth Tree Service

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  2. Thank you very much for posting and sharing this great article. It is so interesting. I want to know some other information about this site. I'm still waiting for some interesting thoughts from your side in your next post thanks.
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  3. Well, here is something everybody who is providing Austin tree removal services should attend for increasing their knowledge on diseases.

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  4. This morning I drove past a row of ornamental trees. I couldnt get a very good look at them but they had red leaves (they may be green at other times of the year) in an arrangement which appeared to be similar to a Rowan tree, but I cant guarantee this, and lots of clusters of yellow berries. I'd like to get something similar for my garden. Any ideas?


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