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Oak Wilt in Minnesota: It's Still Here and We're Doing Something About It!Author(s): Jennifer Juzwik; Gary Johnson
Source: Shade Tree Advocate 2(2):6
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: North Central Research Station
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DescriptionYes, oak wilt is still around and killing large numbers of oaks annually in Minnesota. Although the progress of oak wilt has been slowed through the concerted efforts of State agencies, private contractors, and determined homeowners, the battle to "control" this infectious disease is ongoing and will continue to be as long as there are oaks in Minnesota.
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CitationJuzwik, Jennifer; Johnson, Gary. 1999. Oak Wilt in Minnesota: It''s Still Here and We''re Doing Something About It!. Shade Tree Advocate 2(2):6
- Developing a methodology to predict oak wilt distribution using classification tree analysis
- Oak wilt
- Oak wilt and oak decline in the upper midwest USA
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