This month’s program
of the Magnolia Chapter of the Florida Native Plant Society features Dr. Don
Spence. He’ll be speaking on the topic:
Laurel Wilt and its Effect on Native Trees.
Dr. Spence is an
Assistant Professor in the Natural Sciences Department at Bethune-Cookman
University and has been a Certified Arborist for 12 years. He specializes in
tree biology and tree diseases caused by fungal-beetle interactions.
There are two easy and
free evening campus parking areas: the garage on Stadium Drive south of the
King Building OR turn on Psychology Way from Call Street and go to the far
parking lot. For a map click HERE. All programs are free and open to the
For more information
about the Magnolia Chapter of the Florida Native Plant Society: http://magnolia.fnpschapters.org/.
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