Cone Collection for the NC Forest Service

Cone Collection for the NC Forest Service

In recent years the NC Forest Service has been growing hemlocks from seed in great numbers in order to establish protocols for future production of hemlock strains that can be used for large scale forest restoration. This requires that they…

Chemical Treatment for Landowners

Chemical Treatment for Landowners

Step 1: Do you have hemlocks? If YES, go to Step 2. If NOT SURE, click the link to get help identifying your tree: Is it a hemlock? (┬┐Es un hemlock?) Step 2: Is your hemlock infested by hemlock woolly…

Cost Sharing Options

Cost Sharing Options

In an effort to ease the financial burden on private land owners of chemically treating their trees, HRI is pursuing cost sharing programs.   Currently HRI is supporting a pilot cost sharing program in Transylvania County. Click here to see…

Treatment Location Considerations

Open, landscaped or yard-like environment If your hemlocks are growing in a very open, yard-like or landscaped environment, you may approach treating them a bit differently than you would if they were in a forested setting. Hemlocks in your managed…

Resources

Resources

Follow the links below to see our hemlock management resources for landowners and land managers   Chemical treatment for landowners **Cone Collection Instructions** “How to Treat Hemlocks” (soil applications instructional video) Landowner treatment follow-up survey HWA predator home monitoring Recursos…