Fall cankerworm biology, ecology, and management in urban and rural landscapes
This webinar will discuss the biology, ecology, and management of the native fall cankerworm. Management strategies in the urban and rural environment will be covered.
The fall cankerworm, Alsophila pometaria, is a moth native to North America whose caterpillars are commonly called inchworms. While this defoliator generally remains at low abundances, occasional outbreaks may occur. Defoliation rarely hurts the tree, but may act as a stress agent if prolonged outbreaks occur. This webinar will cover the biology and ecology of cankerworms, as well as management strategies. Management in urban areas as well as in rural areas will be covered.
Presented by: Ms. Laurie Reid-Dukes, Assistant City Arborist, City of Charlotte
- New York Logger Training - .25 hour NYLT TLC Credit [credits applied for]
- Georgia Master Timber Harvester - 1 hour CLE - Environment Credit
- International Society of Arboriculture - 1 hour ISA Certified Arborist Credit
- International Society of Arboriculture - .5 hour ISA Management Credit
- International Society of Arboriculture - .5 hour ISA BCMA Science Credit
- International Society of Arboriculture - 1 hour ISA Municipal Specialist Credit
- Mississippi Professional Logging Manager - 1 hour Other Credit
- Society of American Foresters - 1 hour Category 1 Credit
- Texas Pro Logger Program - 1 hour Other Credit
Created by Holly Campbell