Ware, George
September 1995
International Oaks;Fall1995, Issue 6, p5
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the need for the planting of oaks on U.S. landscapes that contain progressively fewer and fewer oak trees. The growth and success of the International Oak Society indicates the confidence and interest in growing and promoting oaks. The factors that can bring about the decline or death of an oak tree include abrupt environmental changes and soil compaction. The natural geographic range of oak species in the U.S. are also discussed.


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