A New Tree Biology and Dictionary
A New Tree Biology and Dictionary Facts, Photos, and Philosophies on Trees and Their Problems and Proper Care Product Code: bk003 A New Tree Biology changed the way the world looked at, studied and understood trees from the inside and out.  A New Tree Biology and Dictionary were originally in two parts. Now they are combined as A New Tree Biology and Dictionary, the text and terms all in one! A New Tree Biology and Dictionary is sturdy hardcover, 619 pages, 688 photos plus references and index, followed by the dictionary of 132 pages, with quick reference to 239 important subjects, all in one book . This is a comprehensive resource. Chapter headings: Emerging, a New Tree Biology; Trees and Insects and Mites; Trees and Micoorganisms; Trees and Animals; Survival; Leaves; Fruit; The Cambium and Bark; Roots; Prelude to the Branch; Branches; Branch Shedding; Epicormic Branches and Limb Drop; Wood and Boundaries; Heartwood and Discolored Wood and the System; Wetwood; Chestnut Blight; Hypoxlyn Canker; Strumella Canker; Cankers; Canker Rots; Polyporus glomeratus; Fomes everhartii; Fumes pini – Canker Rot in Pine; Caution; Fomes pini and Related Species; Armillaria mellea; Root Rot; Fomes annosus; Tree Treatments; Pruning; Included Bark and Pruning; Topping; Cracks; Basal Sprouts; Callus and Wound Closure; Cavities; Injections and Implants; Wound Dressings; Trichoderma and Bicontrol; Cabling and Bracing; Other Treatments and Problems; Genetics; Dutch Elm Disease; Fire Blight; Utility Poles and Wood Products; The Future. Size: 9.5" x 6.5" x 1.5" $90.00
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Modern Arboriculture
Product Code: bk002 Show your commitment to proper tree care! A recent reprinting of Modern Arboriculture  makes this most popular item available now to everyone! Modern Arboriculture  is one of the most studied, requested and acclaimed books of Dr. Alex L. Shigo Modern arboriculture is about new and better ways to help trees stay healthy, safe and attractive.
  • Modern arboriculture is about the tree system; how it grows, how it defends itself, and how it eventually dies
  • Modern arboriculture is about using your mind as well as your muscles
  • Many old treatments have hurt the tree system. Many adjustments to old practices must be made now.
Common tree treatments, and other seldom discussed subjects such as: symplast, tyloses, reaction wood, protection wood, genetics of CODIT, infection pathways, canker rots, wound reactions, energy flow, ATP, glycolysis, enzymes, mass-energy ratio, three-tree concept, core-skin hypothesis, mycorrhizae and phenological patterns. Size: 9.25" x 6.25" x 1" 390 pages $70.00
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