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The Arborist News audio podcast is a special benefit to ISA members and non-members alike. Arborist News Audio is a podcast version of the most current Arborist News CEU article, narrated for your convenience. Whether you’re en route to the next job or sitting on your couch, you can listen to this month’s CEU article, written on a range of topics.

This podcast was designed by the International Society of Arboriculture to help arborists stay up-to-date with the most recent topics, and provide CEU opportunities for our members. While Arborist News is usually only available to ISA members, the CEU articles and this podcast are accessible to all arborists.With Arborist News Audio, each edition’s CEU article is available as a downloadable podcast at the beginning of the month, along with the opportunity for ISA members to purchase the CEU quiz at the same time and earn credits.

Latest Episodes

Wood Decay Fungi Identification and Management

This second article about wood decay by Christine Balk, Chelsi Abbott, and A.D. Ali focuses on identification and management of wood decay fungi encountered in urban settings. Learn the three types of wood decay fungi that can cause damage, and the role that decay plays in increasing tree risk. (A,T,L,Bs)

-1 s2018 JUN 8
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Wood Decay Fungi Identification and Management

Biology and Identification of Fungi

One biotic problem for trees is wood decay fungi. This article by Christine Balk, Chelsi Abbott, and A.D. Ali, the first of a two-part series, provides an overview of the complexities of fungi, explains the general life cycle of a fungus, and describes what to look for when identifying fungal fruiting bodies. (A,T,L,Bs)

-1 s2018 APR 13
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Biology and Identification of Fungi

Arborists and Wildlife: Retaining Trees for Wildlife Habitat

The survival of tree-dependent wildlife species is influenced by how arborists manage trees, even in urban areas. In this article, Brian French explores wildlife considerations when making care decisions about trees. (A,M,Bp)

-1 s2018 FEB 2
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Arborists and Wildlife: Retaining Trees for Wildlife Habitat

Tree Inventories

Learn about conducting tree inventories in this issue’s CEU article by Jerry Bond. This article explores setting tree inventory objectives, the benefits and costs of tree inventories, and the resources needed to be successful. (A,M, Bm)

-1 s2017 DEC 1
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Tree Inventories

Palms: Woody Giants of the Monocots Part 2

Learn more about palms in this second part of Palms: Woody Giants of the Monocots. This article explores symptoms of nutrient deficiency and other abiotic and biotic factors, including insects and diseases. (A,T,M,L,Bp)

-1 s2017 OCT 19
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Palms: Woody Giants of the Monocots Part 2

Palms: Woody Giants of the Monocots Part 1

Are palms considered trees? That depends on whether you’re asking a botanist, ecologist, or forester. But no matter the specific definition used; as an arborist you may have to deal with palms. In part one A.D. Ali and Leonard Burkhart Jr. examine palm identification and pruning.(A,T,M,L,Bs)

-1 s2017 AUG 4
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Palms: Woody Giants of the Monocots Part 1

Root Pruning Part 2

In this second podcast on Root Pruning, the authors look into selective versus non-selective pruning, dealing with stem-girdling roots, and how pruning can effect a tree’s long term health and stability.(A, Bs)

-1 s2017 JUN 7
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Root Pruning Part 2

Root Management: An Introduction

Roots are a vital component to any tree’s health. Recognizing and understanding the types of roots, and how they function is the first step in good root management. Original story by Larry Costello, Gary Watson, and E. Thomas Smiley (A, Bs)

-1 s2017 APR 4
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Root Management: An Introduction

Plant Health Care and Diagnostics

PHC-Plant Health Care, is a holistic approach to evaluating a tree’s condition, taking into consideration both the plant, and its environment instead of focusing on any single component such as insect pests or disease causing organisms. (Original story by Chelsi Abbot and A.D. Ali) (A, Bs)

-1 s2017 FEB 10
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Plant Health Care and Diagnostics

Understaning Tree Responses to Stress Complexes

The idea that rapidly growing trees are the most pest resistant and stress tolerant is highly ingrained. But is that always true? Trees face both abiotic and biotic attacks daily, and studies are beginning to question just how resistant, and whether cultural practices generally thought to help a growing tree, may in fact increase the stresses it faces. (A, Bs)

-1 s2016 DEC 9
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Understaning Tree Responses to Stress Complexes

Latest Episodes

Wood Decay Fungi Identification and Management

This second article about wood decay by Christine Balk, Chelsi Abbott, and A.D. Ali focuses on identification and management of wood decay fungi encountered in urban settings. Learn the three types of wood decay fungi that can cause damage, and the role that decay plays in increasing tree risk. (A,T,L,Bs)

-1 s2018 JUN 8
Comments
Wood Decay Fungi Identification and Management

Biology and Identification of Fungi

One biotic problem for trees is wood decay fungi. This article by Christine Balk, Chelsi Abbott, and A.D. Ali, the first of a two-part series, provides an overview of the complexities of fungi, explains the general life cycle of a fungus, and describes what to look for when identifying fungal fruiting bodies. (A,T,L,Bs)

-1 s2018 APR 13
Comments
Biology and Identification of Fungi

Arborists and Wildlife: Retaining Trees for Wildlife Habitat

The survival of tree-dependent wildlife species is influenced by how arborists manage trees, even in urban areas. In this article, Brian French explores wildlife considerations when making care decisions about trees. (A,M,Bp)

-1 s2018 FEB 2
Comments
Arborists and Wildlife: Retaining Trees for Wildlife Habitat

Tree Inventories

Learn about conducting tree inventories in this issue’s CEU article by Jerry Bond. This article explores setting tree inventory objectives, the benefits and costs of tree inventories, and the resources needed to be successful. (A,M, Bm)

-1 s2017 DEC 1
Comments
Tree Inventories

Palms: Woody Giants of the Monocots Part 2

Learn more about palms in this second part of Palms: Woody Giants of the Monocots. This article explores symptoms of nutrient deficiency and other abiotic and biotic factors, including insects and diseases. (A,T,M,L,Bp)

-1 s2017 OCT 19
Comments
Palms: Woody Giants of the Monocots Part 2

Palms: Woody Giants of the Monocots Part 1

Are palms considered trees? That depends on whether you’re asking a botanist, ecologist, or forester. But no matter the specific definition used; as an arborist you may have to deal with palms. In part one A.D. Ali and Leonard Burkhart Jr. examine palm identification and pruning.(A,T,M,L,Bs)

-1 s2017 AUG 4
Comments
Palms: Woody Giants of the Monocots Part 1

Root Pruning Part 2

In this second podcast on Root Pruning, the authors look into selective versus non-selective pruning, dealing with stem-girdling roots, and how pruning can effect a tree’s long term health and stability.(A, Bs)

-1 s2017 JUN 7
Comments
Root Pruning Part 2

Root Management: An Introduction

Roots are a vital component to any tree’s health. Recognizing and understanding the types of roots, and how they function is the first step in good root management. Original story by Larry Costello, Gary Watson, and E. Thomas Smiley (A, Bs)

-1 s2017 APR 4
Comments
Root Management: An Introduction

Plant Health Care and Diagnostics

PHC-Plant Health Care, is a holistic approach to evaluating a tree’s condition, taking into consideration both the plant, and its environment instead of focusing on any single component such as insect pests or disease causing organisms. (Original story by Chelsi Abbot and A.D. Ali) (A, Bs)

-1 s2017 FEB 10
Comments
Plant Health Care and Diagnostics

Understaning Tree Responses to Stress Complexes

The idea that rapidly growing trees are the most pest resistant and stress tolerant is highly ingrained. But is that always true? Trees face both abiotic and biotic attacks daily, and studies are beginning to question just how resistant, and whether cultural practices generally thought to help a growing tree, may in fact increase the stresses it faces. (A, Bs)

-1 s2016 DEC 9
Comments
Understaning Tree Responses to Stress Complexes
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