Compartmentalization of Damage Caused by Systemic Injection of Fungicide in Northern Pin Oak

Length
March 13, 1 hour; March 14, 45 mins
Track
Certified Arborist
Commerical Arboriculture and Forestry
Tree Inspector
Audience
Advanced Technical
Type
Concurrent
Location
3/13 HC241; 3/14 CC120

The injection of oak trees for prevention and treatment of the oak wilt disease causes damage and subsequent tree response. My research focuses on a comparison of tree responses in association with microinjection and macroinjection methods.

Speaker(s)

Alexandra achieved her undergraduate degree in Urban Forestry from the University of Wisconsin Stevens Point in 2016. She is currently a second-year graduate student in the Department of Plant Pathology. During her undergraduate degree, she worked as a plant health care technician and arborist for a tree care company in Stevens Point, WI.