Are you faced with the challenges of identifying what is ailing trees in your own landscape or woods? Are you called upon assist others when they notice something out of the ordinary? No matter the number of trees you see in a year, we have a tree diagnostic program that might be just the kind of training you are looking for.
You will spend the day with a variety of Ohio State University Extension specialists working on diagnosing some common (and maybe not so common) tree problems. You will learn about what needs immediate attention, and what is just cosmetic and won’t compromise the health of the tree? We will discuss what questions you need answers to help in the diagnostic process? And, what resources are available to help you determine what is wrong with the tree?
The full-day program will take place on Friday, August 2, 2019 on the OSU Mansfield campus.
The program will be held Eisenhower Hall.
SAF CFE, ISA and ODA Pesticide Recertification Credits will be available as part of the training.
Registration deadline is July 26, 2019.