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Oak Wilt Update in Michigan
Description of the vascular disease Oak Wilt. Sections include a description of Oak Wilt, how it is spread, and preventing and controlling the spreading of Oak Wilt. 2 pp.

Ornamental Deciduous Trees for Michigan

Overview of various deciduous trees that are grown in Michigan. 25 pp.

Archive copy of bulletin. Do not use for current recommendations.



Ornamental Evergreens

Cooperative Extension Service
Michigan State University
Extension Bulletin e426

Joseph T. Cox, Landscape Architecture
Issued  March 1966    20 pages   (Fil. 1) 

Joseph T. Cox, Landscape Architecture
Issued  December 1968    20 pages   (Fil. 2) 

Archive copy of bulletin. Do not use for current recommendations.  For current recommendations contact your local Extension Office.



Plant a Tree as an Investment for Yourself and…

Cooperative Extension Service
Michigan State University
Extension Bulletin e914.

Harold Davidson, Department of Horticulture

This publication provides information on the benefits of planting trees.

Issued October 1975 (Fil. 1)
Issued November 1977 (Fil. 2)

5 pages

Archive copy of bulletin. Do not use for current recommendations.  For current recommendations contact your local Extension office. Michigan Offices.



Protecting Shade Trees During Home Construction
Methods for protecting trees from various forms of construction injury are described. Types of injury covered includes lowering and raising grades, and trunk injury. Diagrams provide more detail on how to provide protection from grade change injury. 9 pp.

Pruning Red Pine
Discussion of when and how to prune red pine plantations. 1 page.

Renovating Old, Abandoned Apple Trees

Cooperative Extension Service
Michigan State University
Extension Bulletin e1941

Many previously flourishing apple orchards have been abandoned for many years, leaving new buyers of abandoned orchards to deal with trees that haven't been well taken care of.  This document details how to renovate old apple trees to return them to production. Archive copy of bulletin. 

Charles D Kesner, Department of Horticulture, and Keith L. Lamkin, County Extension Director, Emmet County
Issued April 1986  4 pages  (Fil. 1)
 

Archive copy of bulletin. Do not use for current recommendations. For current recommendations contact your local Extension office. Michigan Offices.



Right Tree_Right Location

Information on how to choose the best positions for various trees in your landscape planting. 2 pp.



Roadweeds of the Upper Peninsula

Identification key for common wildflowers, weeds and plants found along the roadside in the Upper Peninsula.  From the U.P. Tree Identification resource.



Shrubs, Vines and Trees for Summer Color
Plant species suitable for providing summer color are described. Species of trees, shrubs and vines are described. Some drawings and photos, none in color, are provided. Revised March 1977; slightly revised June 1980. 23 pp.

Simple Box Key for U.P. Trees

Two page key for the identification of Upper Peninsula trees. One page has boxes and lines taking the user to individual tree species or groups of species. The second page is a glossary of terms used in the key. 2 pp.



Site Preparation and Release Herbicides for Tree Production
A listing and comparison of several forestry herbicides commonly recommended to landowners. 1 page.

Some Forest Diseases

A short list of 13 common tree diseases, symptoms, and treatments. 1 page.



Southern Pine Beetles Can Kill Your Ornamental Pine
The publication covers the life cycle, damage and some biological controls of the Southern pine beetle. Numerous color photographs show damage and all stages of the insect's life cycle. 15 pp. Archive copy of bulletin. Do not use for current recommendations.

Taxonomic Classification of Upper Peninsula Trees and Shrubs

Taxonomic listing, Kingdom through Family, for all families of trees and shrubs occurring in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. 2 pp.



Taxonomy List for the Upper Peninsula

Taxonomy of trees in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.  From the U.P. Tree Identification resource.



Teacher Information - U.P. Tree Identification

Information and ideas for teachers wishing to use the U.P. Tree Identification resource in their classrooms.



Tree and Shrub Planting Guidelines and Post-Planting Care

General instructions for planting and caring for trees and shrubs. Sections include plant selection, site selection, site preparation, tree and shrub preparation, and post-planting care. 2 pp.



Tree Identification Glossary

Glossary of terms used in the Upper Peninsula Tree Identification website.



Tree Maintenance Checklist

Month by month checklist of maintenance needed to establish newly planted trees. 1 page.



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