Oak Trees - Black Jack or Turkey - Need Info
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.
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.
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