Forest Health Issues – Mississippi
Mississippi has vast forest resources and maintaining healthy forests is of critical importance for these resources to be used and enjoyed in the future. Many endemic and invasive factors, both abiotic (i.e. wind, water, ice) and biotic (i.e. insects, pathogens, weeds, mammals, and man), influence the health of Mississippi forests. This website is designed to provide information about the most common forest health factors in Mississippi with appropriate links to information concerning each. These links will provide information on identification, biology, control and management recommendations.
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