On August 26th, Piera Siegert, State Entomologist, NH Department of Agriculture, Markets and Food, Kyle Lombard, NH Division of Forests and Lands, and Dr. Isabel Munck, Forest Pathologist, U.S. Forest Service discussed pests and pathogens causing problems in forests throughout the North and East that will likely be found in NH in coming years. Highlighted issues included oak wilt, beech leaf disease nematodes, and spotted lanternfly.
SAF Continuing Education Units (CEUs) are available for this webinar (1.0). To qualify, view the video and complete the questions at the end. You will receive a certificate of attendance and national SAF will be notified. No partial credits awarded.
Beech Leaf Disease:
- Meet the Species: Beech Leaf Disease
- The Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station: Beech Leaf Disease