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SOD - Sudden Oak Death/Phytophthora Ramorum Workshop Friday October 13 7:00 PM

Portola Valley & Woodside SOD-BLITZ 2017

SUDDEN OAK DEATH /PHYTOPHTHORA RAMORUM

7:00 P.M. on FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13, 2017

Portola Valley Town Center - Community Hall

765 Portola Road, Portola Valley

Speaker: Dr. Matteo Garbelotto

UC Berkeley Forest Pathology and Mycology Lab

www.sodblitz.org

Introduction: What is SOD? Background, history, epidemiology of this invasive disease impacting California’s forests. (20 min)

SOD Blitz Survey Project 2017: Where do we stand now? New findings from the spring citizen-science survey and laboratory results. (20 min)

Best Management Practices for SOD: Current state of treatment and control strategies for mitigating SOD in your community. Practical application and treatment methods. (20 min)

New Recommendations for 2017-18: Where do we go from here? What should we be looking for in the next year? (20 min)

 For more informatiom click on the link below.

SOD flyer.pdf

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