Oak Trees - Black Jack or Turkey - Need Info

Tim Barkley BARKLEYT at agvax2.ag.ohio-state.edu
Tue Aug 22 13:44:24 EST 1995


Contact your local Extension office.  They have many experts who deal with
areas other than just agriculture. Best of all, this is a free service! 
They should be listed in the yellow pages under Goverment Offices - County 
as Cooperative Extension Service. You can also call the Cooperative Extension 
Service of the University of Florida at 904-392-1761 and obtain your local 
county office number if you can't find it in the phonebook.  Good luck.

Tim Barkley
Information Coordinator for Sustainable Agriculture
Ohio State University Extension
barkleyt at agvax2.ag.ohio-state.edu(work)
tbarkley at muskingum.edu (surf's up)

In <41d7b9$3ko at huron.eel.ufl.edu> afn07434 at freenet.ufl.edu writes:

> I am looking for information about Black Jack or Turkey Oak trees. I have 
> several trees which are about 1 to 2 feet in diameter and without any 
> patterns are dying. Is there something that I can do to save them? I do 
> not notice any parisites or could you tell me what to look for? 
> The soil is sandy North Florida area. Any suggestions will be much 
> appreciated since it would take some time to grow trees this size again 
> and I would like to keep these.
> Thanks
> James

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