December 31, 2006
Excellent wood qualities, adaptability to a wide range of growing conditions, superb wildlife value and vivid fall coloration all make Oaks an attractive selection for alternative tree crops for Idaho. Whether you are planning one Oak tree in your yard or planning to establish a plantation with hundreds of trees, there are some basic planning, planting and maintenance activities you should consider. Learn more about the biology and silvics, establishment and management of these trees in this four-page publication.
Author: Yvonne C. Barkley