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Apple Tree Borers in New Hampshire

Several species of insects bore into NH apple trees, including round-headed apple tree borer, flat-headed apple tree borer, dogwood borer, leopard moth and the broad-necked root borer.

2016 Tree Fruit Management Guide Update

This short update provides updates to the 2015 New England Tree Fruit Management Guide for the 2016 growing season.

A Partial Listing of Publications on Tree and Shrub Identification

Not intended to be a complete listing of tree and shrub identification books, published in 2003

Apple Tree

By Anne Krantz, NH Big Tree Team,

Apple Tree and Blueberry Bush Pruning Workshop

Pruning Workshop at Riverview Farm, April 2, 2016

Apple Tree and Blueberry Bush Pruning Workshop

Annual apple tree and blueberry bush pruning demos will also include 2.5 pesticide credits at River View Farm in Plainfield

Ash Tree Identification

Help track emerald ash borer by learning how to identify its hosts--white, green and black ash.

Big Tree Profiles

Essays about tree species found in New Hampshire, published by UNH Cooperative Extension and written by Natural Resource Volunteers.  Focus on Big Tree Specimens.

Big Trees - The Hunt is On!

NH Big Tree Program Brochure

Christmas Tree Pest Management Workshop 2008 Resources

Workshop Proceedings 2008 including: tree biology, insects, diseases, weeds, diagnosing problems, pesticides (insecticides, fungicides, miticides and herbicides) and more.

Christmas Tree Pest Management Workshop 2011 Resources

Workshop Proceedings 2011 including: tree biology, insects, diseases, weeds, diagnosing problems, pesticides (insecticides, fungicides, miticides and herbicides) and more.

Christmas Tree Pest Manual

This manual was prepared for the New Hampshire Pesticide Safety Education Program as part of the study materials for the Christmas tree category for private and commercial applicators.

Christmas Tree Pest Manual, 3rd edition

New edition—2014. This manual can help you identify and control Christmas tree pests in the north central region of the U.S. and most of the information applies to the northeastern states.



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