Sunday, July 11, 2010

Adirondacks and Massachucetts

Plant circled Hemlock from LSP (click to enlarge) group taking to BI
White Pine from Tolland Mass.
White Birch note: this tree grows as a grove, the young trees are connected to larger trees through thick shallow roots, I took a big piece 10" it had a few smaller roots and fat connecting root. Thought about treating with rooting hormone- These trees like moist undercover.
Like most young trees they do not like direct sunlight. When outside, I like to keep them under trees or arbor.
2 sugar maples lsp
London Plane/Sycamore from seed Mccaron Park Brooklyn planted in woods in Tolland Mass.

London Plane/Sycamore camp site 60 little sand point state park adirondacks ny grown from seed as above.

Long horn asian beetle found little sand point campground- called helpline got message left # no call back, brought these to camp guide he said that they were not looking for this but the invasive emerald borer beetle- I told him in Brooklyn the long horn was serious business, he said he would get the camp log. We killed twice as many as pictured seemed like they were falling out of the trees doing alot of flying around and mating.

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