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Oak Mistletoe: Friend or Foe?

Friday, January 26, 2018 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Oak mistletoe is a native plant (shrub) that parasitizes oak trees. Although the plant can cause decline and damage to a tree, it is a slow process that takes decades, allowing for management actions if desired. Alternatively, oak mistletoe is important to wildlife, particularly western bluebird, so some mistletoe in oak woodlands may be desirable. This workshop will focus on learning about the biology and management of oak mistletoe.  We will begin the day with a short indoor introduction, then visit several field sites around Douglas County.

Register online here.

Flyer (includes registration form.) 


Douglas County OSU Extension Service Office
1134 SE Douglas Avenue
Holly Burton
1 541 236 3053
Holly.Burton at oregonstate.edu
Ext Douglas County Offc
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