November 17, 2022
Put the right tree in the right place to maximize benefits to your landscape
You may have heard the saying, often credited to a Chinese proverb, that the best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago, and the second-best time is now.
What’s less well-known is how to choose the best tree and
October 12, 2022
Join Arbor Day Celebrations and Tree Planting Events Across Texas
Join in the Texas Arbor Day celebration here: https://tfsweb.tamu.edu/arborday/
October 11, 2022
Landscape Plants for the South-Central United States
Landscape Plants for the South-Central United States is a resource for students, Green Industry professionals, and serious gardeners interested in designing and maintaining sustainable built environments.
The heart of the book is extensive discussions of hundreds of taxa of native and
August 17, 2022
How to Water Your Tree
Here is a short video to help you to water your tree.
Don’t wait until the leaves are brown and falling off!
Click Here: How to water your tree in a drought on YouTube from the Texas A&M Forest
July 28, 2022
Another benefit of Texas trees: Cooler temperatures
How vegetation can counter the urban heat island effect
COLLEGE STATION, Texas — Cities across Texas have endured record temperatures this summer, and it’s not solely the weather that’s to blame.
Developed areas often experience higher temperatures than nearby rural areas when
June 23, 2022
Drought and trees – Explained
Only mid-way through June and Texas has already seen extreme heat and very little rain this summer, with the trend predicted to continue. The anticipation of drought can bring many thoughts to mind from water shortages to increased wildfire risk,
June 16, 2022
Tree-killing Emerald Ash Borer confirmed in Wise County
COLLEGE STATION, Texas — The presence of the invasive emerald ash borer (EAB) was confirmed this week in Wise County. Wise County will be added to the list of Texas jurisdictions under quarantine by the Texas Department of Agriculture (TDA)
May 10, 2022
Tree-killing emerald ash borer confirmed in Parker County
COLLEGE STATION, Texas — The presence of the invasive emerald ash borer (EAB) was confirmed May 2, 2022 in Parker County. Parker County will be added to the list of Texas jurisdictions under quarantine by the Texas Department of Agriculture