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Cogongrass Management - Past, Present and Future
September 21, 2016

This webinar will discuss the identification, biology, and management of cogongrass in the southeastern U.S.

Emerald ash borer biology, ecology, management, and implications for natural and urban forest areas in the Southeast
April 20, 2016

This webinar will cover biology, ecology, and management of the emerald ash borer, an invasive tree pest now present throughout much of the eastern U.S. This webinar is jointly sponsored by the SREF Forest Health and Invasive Species Program and Emerald Ash Borer University.

Gypsy Moth Biology, Ecology, Management, and Implications for the Southeastern U.S.
March 23, 2016

This webinar will address the current state of knowledge on gypsy moth biology and management, with a particular emphasis on the insect's potential impact in southern forest systems.

Managing Chinese Tallow in Forests - An Integrated Approach
February 24, 2016

This webinar will cover methodology for invasive species surveying, the development of management priorities, and the development of control methodologies based on the biology and ecology of Chinese tallow and the current forest condition. In addition, results of integrated methods combining mastication, herbicide, and fire for the control of Chinese tallow and the response of the native plant community to these treatments will be reviewed.

Biology, Ecology, and Management of Laurel Wilt in the Southeastern U.S.
February 04, 2016

This webinar will discuss biology, ecology, and management of laurel wilt, a disease caused by the fungus Raffaelea lauricola) and disseminated by the redbay ambrosia beetle (Xyleborus glabratus).

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