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Regenerating White Oak In Stands Dominated By Invasive Species

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Professional Timber Harvester Program Continuing Education Online Module


  1. Read through and study the module sequence. At the end of the module, click on the link to take the quiz. You may leave the module open during your quiz to assist.
  2. When you’ve completed the quiz, MPFA will receive a notification, score the quiz and send your continuing education certificate.

Course Content

Regenerating White Oak And Red Oaks
Regenerating white oak and red oaks becomes more difficult when the site is dominated by invasive plant species or disease.

  • Typical
  • The Ideal Situation
  • White Oak 8 Inches DBH. Yellow Regeneration is Red Maple
  • Sunlight and Shade
  • Arrows Point To Autumn Olive Growing In The Shade Of Oaks
  • Thin Line Spray On The Bark Using Remedy To Kill Autumn Olive.
  • Sugar Maple
  • A Callery Pear Thicket
  • Overgrazed Woodlot On North-Facing Slope
  • Common Problem In The Missouri Ozarks.
  • DBH White Oak
  • Forest Understory
  • Chain/Scarify
  • Drag Array
  • An Invasive Animal
  • Small Hog Wallow
  • White-Tailed Deer
  • Dead White Oak
  • Summary
  • Quiz

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2 months ago
Good match
3 months ago
Good information