Impact and Management of Drought in Trees

by Fred Roth | TLE Seminar

CEUs/PDHs: LACES 1.5,IA 1.5,ISA 1.5,APLD 1.5,QWEL 1.5,NALP 1.5

Seminar Dates: October 13, 2021 12:00 PM

Seminar Cost: $45

Seminar Description:
The talk will discuss the following concepts:
1. How to recognize the effects of drought on trees
2. How water moves in trees
3. How water moves in soil
4. Tree root architecture
5. How to help trees survive with minimal irrigation

Learning Objectives:
1. How to get the greatest benefit from the least irrigation during drought
2. Recognize when trees need to be rescued
3. Avoiding ineffective measures

Fred Roth

PhD in Plant Pathology, Arboriculture and Urban Forestry Consultant

Ph.D. Plant Pathology, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, 1977. Professor Emeritus, Plant Science, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, 1977 to 2009. Course assignments were: Diseases of Ornamental Plants, Arboriculture, Urban Forestry, Tree and Shrub Plant Materials. Owner of Fred Roth Tree Care, 1979 to 1990, a private company performing tree pruning services for residences and homeowner agencies. Arboriculture and Urban Forestry Consultant, 1985-present. Subject Matter Expert for the Inland Urban Forestry Group