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This disease of oaks is easily spread in the spring. Learn to identify and prevent it.

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Forest Health News

Browse up-to-date bulletins on the causes of branch flagging, insect defoliators, exotic insect and disease pests, conifer problems and current disease issues.

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Forest management thinning trees can boost wildlife and the most desirable trees

Forest Management

Thinning trees in a woodland can boost wildlife and the most desirable trees. MDC Resource Forester Audrey Beres, left, helped John Anderson develop a forest stewardship plan for his farm to achieve those goals.

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Download guidelines for assessing your Missouri woodlot’s present condition and creating and maintaining a healthy forest that meets your objectives.

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Gypsy Moth Control

These hungry insects aren't in Missouri yet, but they will drastically alter our forests if and when they arrive. Learn to avoid spreading these destructive forest pests.

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Healthy Forests

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"Healthy Forests" for the February 2008 Missouri Conservationist.

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Healthy Trees Enhance Well-Being

Maybe one way to happier living is to plant more trees…or at least keep the ones we’ve got healthy.

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Help for Landowners with Ponds, Forests and Fields

In the next week or two, someone will be spreading native grass and flower seeds on almost 20 acres that a we’re trying to convert to prairie.

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Insect + Tree = Something Weird

Lately I’ve been seeing insect galls on the ground that were blown down from the strong winds of spring thunderstorms.

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Ladybugged

For a few weeks now, I’ve been receiving questions on the subject of ladybugs, also known as lady beetles.

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