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ICFR Occasional Seminar - Friday 26 September
23 September, 2014
This is a reminder about our next Occasional Seminar entitled: "Projected geographical shifts in optimum growing areas and suitable species of production forestry in South Africa with climate change: An analysis of 19 species/hybrids using multiple climate models" read more
Responding to Fusarium circinatum in South Africa - Journal of Forest Science
21 September, 2014
This issue of Southern Forests is dedicated to reporting research on Fusarium circinatum. This pathogen is well known for causing pine pitch canker and is associated with economic damage of pines in North and South America, Asia, Europe and Africa. read more
Celebrating one year in the Biocontrol efforts of the bronze bug
21 September, 2014
October 2013 marked the first releases of the minute mymarid parasitic wasp, Cleruchoides noackae, biological control agent for the bronze bug, Thaumastocoris peregrinus. read more
Strides made to protect the world’s forests, but tropical forests continue to be a challenge
11 September, 2014
"We are proud of what we've accomplished in the last 20 years. We have come a long way, but we can achieve even more. And the World's forests need that."  read more
Upcoming ICFR Occasional Seminars September & October
10 September, 2014
After a short break in our Seminar programme, due mainly to hosting the 6th Forest Science Symposium, we are glad to announce that we have four seminars planned over the next two months with some excellent speakers and very relevant topics. read more
Invitation: ICFR Wattle Field Day at Eston, KZN Midlands
10 September, 2014
Invitation to the next ICFR field day for 2014 which has a wattle focus, and includes a range of highly relevant talks addressing some of the key challenges currently facing wattle growers. read more
Climate change and seed banks
1 September, 2014
The Scientist
A large sector of the forestry industry in SA relies on seed for the reproduction of trees, and although SA does not harbour the diverse natural resources from which these material originates, many of you are involved in or aware of e.g. the work that CAMCORE does in terms of seed preservation. read more