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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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Misperception

I’ve recently been hearing an advertisement on the radio that encourages landowners to enroll their acreage into a land trust.

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Download and review the factors that affected Missouri’s trees and forests in 2012, including invasive forest pests, other insects, diseases and weather.

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Information on periodical cicadas, diagnosing tree diseases, insects and diseases to watch for in the next month.

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Information on causes of branch flagging, insect defoliators, exotic insect and disease pests, conifer problems and current disease issues.

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Updates on the status of exotic forest pests and diseases, weather related forest health problems, and some other tree disease issues.

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Browse a year-end summary of issues affecting tree health, including emerald ash borer, thousand cankers disease of walnut, rapid white oak mortality, and more.

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Topics in this issue: emerald ash borer, thousand cankers disease of walnut, weather impacts on insects and trees, rapid white oak mortality and how you can help researchers, and tips for getting a tree disease diagnosis.

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Inside this issue: Thousand Cankers Disease of Walnut; Impacts of Cool, Wet Spring; Rose Rosette Disease; Conifer Issues; Boxwood Blight; Drought Impacts Still Expected; Hardwood Borers and Drought; Hypoxylon Canker and Oak Wilt.

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The Missouri Invasive Forest Pest Plan provides an overarching framework for a coordinated response in Missouri to invasive forest insects and diseases.  Roles and responsibilities of cooperating agencies and response actions common to most invasive forest pests are defined.

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