Note from the President

Jablonski, Eike
March 2006
International Oaks;Spring2006, Issue 17, p5
Academic Journal
The article presents a note from the president of the International Oak Society on developments which are of interest to the organization. A report has revealed that oaks are among the most seriously infected trees in central European forests. The Fifth Triennial International Oak Conference in Texas will be providing a summary of the activities of the members of the organization.


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