Updated: November 4, 2021
Deep Row Entrenchment of Biosolids Using Hybrid Poplar
Deep-row entrenchment of biosolids using hybrid poplar tree species has the potential to be a beneficial reuse system that uses sustainable tree farming. This 3-part webinar series discusses the research and its application.
Updated: May 18, 2021
Results of Hybrid Poplar Clone Trial After Two Years at the ERCO Tree Farm in Prince George's County, Maryland
The purpose of this study was to test a variety of hybrid poplar clones to see which perform best after two years of growth in deep-row application of biosolids on reclamation sites.
Updated: May 17, 2021
Emerald Ash Borer Will Affect Maryland's Eastern Shore Wetlands - University of Maryland Extension Bulletin #428
This publication documents the threat to the Eastern Shore's ash trees from Emerald Ash Borer, the potential long-term affects EAB will have on the ecosystems, and what steps landowners can take.
Updated: April 8, 2021
Branching Out - Summer 2019
In this issue, rRead about some woodland myths and new strategies for planting hardwoods. Our regular features include profiles of the American mink in the Woodland Wildlife Spotlight and Japanese knotweed in Invasives in Your Woodland, as well as the events calendar and the Brain Tickler challenge.
Updated: February 10, 2021
Effect of Nitrogen-Based Biosolid Application on Tree Growth, Water Quality, and Soil Phosphorous in Hybrid Poplar Plantations
This publication provides a better understanding of how short-rotation woody crops plantations in combination with surface application of biosolids, can provide another beneficial reuse option for biosolids on Maryland’s eastern shore, and yield biomass for energy production or other uses.