"It looks like an oak gall is the problem here. Sources indicate that removal of affected branches may help save the tree. Luckily the tree is dormant now so removing and burning the infected material is the first and second step. spraying with…"
"Hard to tell from the picture, but they look like oak galls, not acorns. Do an internet search for "oak twig and stem galls" and you'll find plenty of information to see if that's in fact what the issue is. "
We have an oak tree with numerous acorns. All acorns are blighted like this. Apparently development was arrested. Can anyone help me identify this process so I can decide what to do about this oak?See More
I am reading "Managing vegetation in silvopastures". You say "we try to maintain a grazing density of at least 100,000 lbs per acre on the open pastures with our cow-calf herd to balance the considerations of time vs…"
Hello All,New to silvopasture practice. I am a forestry and Global Resource Systems student from Iowa State University. Agroforestry has really stolen my heart, and I've been trying learn as much…Continue