CAHNR Dean Indrajeet Chaubey delivers a 2020 holiday message.
UConn Forest @uconn_forest Armillaria rhizomorphs under the bark of a dead white oak: Armillaria fungus infects trees that are already under stress. This one had been defoliated by Gypsy moths in the spring.
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UConn Extension @UConnExtension We are thankful for our program partners that are empowering and building Connecticut communities every day. @ebonyhorsewomen is one of these programs. Learn more about them at: https://bit.ly/EbonyHorsewomen With: @UConnCAHNR and @UConnHartford4h #UConnImpact #NIFAImpacts
UConn Extension @UConnExtension Nov 18 Blighted patches appeared in many turf fields across CT, RI, and MA. What caused them? These patches are symptoms of chilling injury. Learn more about chilling injury in this article written by our @UConnTurf experts and Michelle DaCosta, @UMassAmherst. http://ipm.uconn.edu/documents/view