Tanoaks are dying

Sudden oak death will cause leaves on tanoak trees to turn brown within three months. Over time, the leaves will fall off and the tree will fall over.

The community is invited to join Oregon State University Extension, Oregon Department of Forestry and other partners to learn more about the Sudden Oak Death infestation in Port Orford in a two part webinar series.

Learn what Sudden Oak Death is, how it spreads, symptoms, the treatment approach, sampling and detection strategies, current research, citizen science opportunities and funding opportunities.

Session 1: September 14, Tuesday 4 - 5:30 pm.

Session 2: September 22, Wednesday 4 - 5:30 pm.

For dates, details and registration. Visit: https://bit.ly/ramorum101 and select the upcoming workshops tab.

Questions? Contact Norma Kline at norma.kline@oregonstate.edu or 541-572-5263 ext. 25294.

This is a free series brought to you by the Oregon State University Extension Service.


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