Southern Forest Health Newsletter
In this issue: SRS 4552 Update from the Project Leader, Coarse woody debris in longleaf pine stands, Role of Agrilus macer in sugarberry decline, Odor discrimination among bark beetles, Tracking laurel wilt disease in sassafras, Jim Meeker awarded Regional Forester Honor, Camcore partnerships highlighted in Columbia, Field tour highlights hemlock silviculture, Thomas Whitney wins graduate student award, Technology Transfer.
In this issue: Use of non-native wood by saproxylic insects, Eastern white pine workshop and initiative, SPB Road Shows shares knowledge with managers, Forest pathology at LTU, Andy Whittier completes thesis on teak nutrition, Undergraduate wins scholarship to study abroad, Asheville 6th graders learn about forest research, UGA students win presentation awards, and Jim Meeker completes 15 years with FHP.
In this issue: Walnut twig beetle and kiln-dried wood, Avoiding unwanted insects in SPB traps, Native lace bugs and Chinese privet, Ulyshen edits new book on saproxylic insects, Noxious weed DNA barcode project wins honors, New York SPB team honored by USFS Chief, SGSF For. Health Meeting, Hemlock Conservation on the Chattahoochee NF, Brian Strom new FHP Field Representative.
In this issue: Insect-killing fungi, Sudden oak death pathogen survey, Multi-state SPB outbreak, High school students take “Time 4 Real Science”, Experimental Forests tour, Sharing insect science with children at “BugFest”, State Line Meeting in MS, White Pine Workshop, Technology Transfer.