Florida Gardening Books
OF TREES AND SHRUBS
A. Sinclair, Howard H. Lyon, and Warren T. Johnson
of Trees and Shrubs
is a comprehensive pictorial survey of the disorders
of forest and shade trees and
woody ornamental plants in the United States
More plant pages
Trees Are Dying
By Charles E. Little (1995). Former environmental-policy
analyst, journalist and author Charles Little
traveled across the US, visiting forests and
woodlands in 13 states. This article excerpts
his journal on the Pandemic of America's forests.
Misperceptions About Trees
By Edward F. Gilman; First published: June 1991.
Reviewed: August 1994. This enlightening UFL
IFAS paper puts a stop to over- the- fence backyard
LIVE OAK TREE PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS
By Dr. Jerry Parsons, Extension Horticulturist (Vegetables) with Texas Cooperative Extension in Bexar County. Lichens, ball moss, and insect galls do not kill live oak (Quercus virginiana) and are fairly normal occurrences.
Techniques for Trees and Shrubs
Leaflet by M. A. "Kim" Powell, Extension
Horticultural Specialist, Department of Horticultural
Science, North Carolina Cooperative Extension
Service, North Carolina State University.
Molds on Trees and Shrubs
Ohio State University Extension Factsheet.
Mangroves, Lethal Yellowing, Seagrape, Citrus,
Palms, and Pruning Paint.