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Forest Insect Ecology and Management in Oregon

Designed for forest owners and managers who want to prevent and manage insect damage in living trees (does not cover insects that infest dead wood). Six chapters discuss insects that affect tree foliage, shoots and twigs, trunks and large branches, and roots. Explains the effects of forest practices, such as pruning, thinning, burning, and fertilizing, on insects. Includes references, glossary, and index.

Manual 10    Published November 1998    50 pages
Reviewed:
September 2014
$7.50