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Forest Health Management in Oregon
Invasive Species
Treatments to limit the spread of sudden oak death in Oregon include the removal of infected and susceptible hosts in areas of detection.
Treatments to remove infected and susceptible SOD hosts.
Sudden Oak Death
Sudden Oak Death is the common name for a disease caused by Phytophthora ramorum. Tree mortality, branch and shoot dieback, and leaf spots result from infection depending on host species and location. Below are a few exceptional resources for more information on this disease and its hosts, symptoms, eradication efforts and more:
  Sudden Oak Death monitoring, treatment and control is made possible with funding and support provided by the USDA Forest Service, Pacific NW Region, State & Private Cooperative Forestry.

Other Invasive Species:
Noxious Weeds:
 Asian longhorned beetle (Anoplophora glabripennis)

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