University of Maryland Extension

Publications Library - Wildlife and Insect Damage

ID #

Publication Name/Description

 

Deer

EB-354CManaging Deer Damage in Maryland - University of Maryland Extension Bulletin #354
FS-655Resistance of Ornamentals to Deer Damage - University of Maryland Cooperative Extension Fact Sheet #655
RNS-2Use of Dogs Contained within Off-Limits Crop Protection System for Reducing Deer Damage to Orchards and Horticultural Crops - University of Maryland Extension Research Note RNS-2
RNS-3Use of Baited Polywire/Polytape Fencing to Protect Forest Plantations - University of Maryland Extension Research Note RNS-3
FS-810Using Commercial Deer Repellents to Manage Deer Browsing in the Landscape - University of Maryland Cooperative Extension Fact Sheet #810
  
 

 Emerald Ash Borer

EB-428

Emerald Ash Borer Will Affect Maryland's Eastern Shore Wetlands - University of Maryland Extension Bulletin #428

FS-991

Emerald Ash Borer and the Private Woodland Owner - University of Maryland Extension Fact Sheet # 991

E-2942

Saving your Ash Trees from the Emerald Ash Borer Beetle: A Homeowner's Guide - Maryland DNR Forest Service

EAB-1

Status of Emerald Ash Borer in Maryland for Woodland Owners, Urban, and Suburban Areas (Webinar - 1 hour 20 mins): Presented by Kimberly Rice, Maryland Dept. of Agriculture; Mike Raupp, University of Maryland; and Jonathan S. Kays, University of Maryland Extension

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Emerald Ash Borer - University of Maryland Home & Garden Information Center

---Managing Emerald Ash Borer in Your Woodland: Where to Start - The Ohio State University EAB Outreach Team

Voles

FS-654Reducing Vole Damage to Plants in Landscapes, Orchards, and Nurseries - University of Maryland Cooperative Extension Fact Sheet #654
---Managing Vole Damage in Forest Plantations - University of Maryland Cooperative Extension
---Vole Damage Control in Forest Plantations - Maryland Department of Natural Resources
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