Root Disease Management Course Overview "Default"


 Day 1, Classroom Session 1 - about 3 hours  Day 1, Field Session 1 - about 4 hours  Day 1 or 2, Classroom Session 2 - about 1.5 hours  Day 2, Field Session 2 - about 4 hours  Day 2, Classroom Session 3 - about 3 hours
Course Introduction and Overview
The Forest Practices Code Disease Management Guidebook
-Its Role
-Its Contents
The Role and Impact of Root Disease
(Optional) Step 1 of the Five-Phase Management Process
Root Disease Identification (in the Classroom)
Root Disease Identification in the Field

The Five-Phase Root Disease Management Process

1. Landscape Level Hazard and Risk Assessment

2. Silviculture Prescription Walk-through Reconnaissance

3. Disease Assessment and Stratification Survey

4. Future Stand Assessment

5. Evaluation and Final Prescription

Perform/Observe Steps 2 and 3 of the Five-Phase Management Process:

- Perform a Silviculture Prescription Walk-through Reconnaissance and determine the level of disease

- Recommend for or against a survey and recommend a survey method

- Observe a root disease survey

- Observe the forest site and disease conditions where data were collected for use in Classroom Session 3

Perform Steps 4 and 5 of the Five-Phase Management Process:

- Based on participant's observation from Field Session 2 and data provided by the instructor (data gained from the survey prepared by the instructor), perform a Future Stand Risk Assessment

- Develop a Root Disease Treatment Evaluation

- Develop a Final Prescription using strategies and tactics from the RDM Guide.


Day 1 Classroom Session 1

The Forest Practices Code Root Disease Management Guide Book:

A.The Role of the RDM Guide Book
B. What the RDM Guide Book Contains

The Role and Impact of Root Disease

Step 1 of the Five-Phase Management Process (Optional)

Root Disease Identification

Participant Objectives


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