Let us call this A Case of Gallignostics. Plant galls are defined as abnormal plant growths caused by a gall-maker; the gall-maker being certain insects, mites, fungi, and bacteria. From horned oak gall to bacterial crown gall, from maple bladder galls to cedar-apple rust galls, there are many galls of interest to horticulturists. Relative to all this, Joe Boggs recently got an e-mail from Michael Goldman of the Grange Insurance Audubon Center:
I'm a big fan of the BYGL, and found something here that might be interesting for it. The pictures I took look like some...
Workshop Name: Tree Diagnostic Workshop - What’s Wrong With My Tree?
Workshop Date: Friday, August 4, 2017
Event Location: Ohio State University Mansfield, 100 Ovalwood Hall, 1760 University Drive, Mansfield, Ohio
This Ohio Woodland Stewards Program spends the day with Extension specialists to diagnose some common and not so common tree problems. Learn what trees need immediate attention from what is just cosmetic and won’t compromise the health of the tree.
Ask questions and get answers and find...