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Oak Disorders and Management Workshop

Date: Time: 9:00 am–2:00 pm
Reed Community Center
1200 Lord Boulevard
Bellevue NE 68005
Contact: Justin Evertson, (402) 472-6604, jevertson1@unl.edu
Oaks are some of the most important trees in both our planted and natural landscapes and yet there are growing health concerns impacting various species across the genus. Topics to be addressed will include bur oak blight, oak wilt, bullet gall, herbicide drift and insect pests along with other issues. This in-person workshop will take a look at common tree disorders, and challenges associated with oak management in Nebraska.

Registration is limited so sign up soon.

About this event
Welcome and Introduction - Graham Herbst; NFS
Bur Oak Blight: History, Biology, Diagnosis and Treatment - Dr. Tom Harrington; Iowa State
Oak Woodland Restoration - Chad Graeve; Hitchcock Nature Center
Question and Answer session + break
Herbicide Drift Injury in Oaks - Justin Evertson; Nebraska Statewide Arboretum
Insect Problems for Oaks - David Olson; Nebraska Forest Service
Other Oak Problems - Laurie Stepanek; Nebraska Forest Service
Bellevue Cemetery Tour - 60 min

NAA/ISA CEU’s will be available
Lunch provided with registration

https://nfs.unl.edu/workshops

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