Part 3. The Environment of Trees. Biological interactions within woodland
This course investigates how trees work, the structure and mechanisms of trees and how they interact within the woodland environment.
The subject has been divided into 3 key areas and which will be taught over 3 different weekends. Participants can choice which module is of most interest to them. Discounts are available for participants attending all the 3 modules.
The course is taught by Bob Watson, author and former Head of Forestry at Newton Rigg. Bob delivers the course and information in a format accessible to a wide audience with plenty of visual and practical examples to support the theory.
Part 3 The Environment of Trees. Biological interactions within woodland
- The associated organisms of trees including: Insects, plant parasites, fungi and lichens.
- The environment of tree roots and associated organisms
- Soils and plant nutrition.
- Environmental importance of trees – cycles and influence
- Features of ancient tree
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