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Spotted Lanternfly (Lycorma delicatula)

2019-06-06T01:09:56+00:00

Spotted Lantern Fly (photo: Brad Wentworth) Spotted Lantern Fly (photo: Brad Wentworth)

The spotted lantern fly is an invasive pest, primarily known […]

Spotted Lanternfly (Lycorma delicatula) 2019-06-06T01:09:56+00:00

National Housing Starts and New York Housing Market Trends

2019-06-05T01:11:12+00:00

A lot of timber market discussion has been dedicated to our current tariff/trade talks with China, and how the impact of these talks has affected our eastern hardwood markets.  As […]

National Housing Starts and New York Housing Market Trends 2019-06-05T01:11:12+00:00

What’s the White Stuff on Hemlock Branches and Needles?

2019-06-05T01:08:20+00:00

FORECON has been on the forefront of Hemlock Wooly Adelgid suppression since 2014, treating multiple thousands of trees from the Finger Lakes region all the way to Allegheny National Forest in northwestern Pennsylvania.

What’s the White Stuff on Hemlock Branches and Needles? 2019-06-05T01:08:20+00:00

Peter Barron Joins the FORECON Team

2019-06-05T01:09:12+00:00

Peter Baron joins the Forecon team Peter Barron joins the Forecon team

Peter Barron joined our team of GIS professionals building maps […]

Peter Barron Joins the FORECON Team 2019-06-05T01:09:12+00:00

US Hardwood Imports and Exports – Month of January 2019

2019-04-26T02:49:52+00:00

To put our current hardwood markets conditions in perspective, its good to get a “30,000 foot” view of the general global trends we are experiencing with both our hardwood imports and exports.

US Hardwood Imports and Exports – Month of January 2019 2019-04-26T02:49:52+00:00

Highlights of the Appalachian Hardwood Lumber Markets – as of April 5, 2019

2019-04-24T14:17:32+00:00

Well, Spring has sprung – and as the biological process of tree growth begins again in our hardwood forests, we are still hoping to see some “growth” occur in the […]

Highlights of the Appalachian Hardwood Lumber Markets – as of April 5, 2019 2019-04-24T14:17:32+00:00

Japanese Barberry (Berberis thunbergii)

2019-04-24T13:16:14+00:00

Japanese Barberry was introduced to the United States in 1875 from Russia at the Arnold Arboretum, and became known to naturalize in pastures and roadsides as early as 1910. However, once established, barberry negatively impacts both ecosystems and public health.

Japanese Barberry (Berberis thunbergii) 2019-04-24T13:16:14+00:00
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