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The Global Conservation Consortium for Oak (GCCO) has...
Amy Byrne | Feb 17, 2020
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Hayrettin Karaca, an IOS member and one of Turkey's best-...
Roderick Cameron | Feb 10, 2020
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There are a growing number of unique hybrid selections that...
Ryan Russell | Feb 10, 2020

Plant Focus

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Quercus tarokoensis (local name 太鲁阁栎 tai lu ge li, "oak of Taroko") is a fairly unknown oak species, restricted to eastern Taiwan.

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Yesterday, 22nd of September, nearly 30 oak enthusiasts gathered at Pavia nurseries, an outstanding nursery owned and run by Dirk Benoit, past IOS board member. 
Posted Mon, 2013-09-23 10:56 in Charles Snyers's blog
On your way to AIken in South Carolina this November, you might pass by Red Oak, NC. 
Posted Mon, 2013-08-12 15:49 in Charles Snyers's blog
Two oaks elected tree of the year 2013
Posted Sat, 2013-08-03 17:24 in Charles Snyers's blog
Michel Timacheff, IOS Member and photographer, came across an old oak near Villers-sur-Lesse in southern Belgium.  Its circumference is over 6 meters at BH. 
Posted Thu, 2013-05-02 11:06 in Charles Snyers's blog
Dan Hinkely will be speaking at the 2013 Annual Meeting of the Magnolia Society, next April 19th- 21st.
Posted Sun, 2013-03-03 18:34 in Charles Snyers's blog
 
Posted Sun, 2012-09-16 20:14 in Charles Snyers's blog
In January 2012, the USDA Agricultural Research Service released a new edition of the American Plant Hardiness Map.  The previous edition was released in 1990.  Two new zones 12 and 13 have be
Posted Sun, 2012-09-16 11:34 in Charles Snyers's blog
In the heart of the Mid-west grows a monster. McBaine, Missouri is home to the state champion Q. macrocarpa.
Posted Thu, 2010-05-27 05:00 in Ryan Russell's blog
Jurupa Hills oak may be California's oldest plant
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Posted Tue, 2010-01-05 13:07 in Béatrice Chassé's blog

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