Hurricane-Damaged Palms in the Landscape: Care after the Storm (ENH1204/EP465)

windblown palmsWhile many palm species are adapted to windstorms, a hurricane can damage even the most tolerant palms. This 3-page fact sheet provides suggestions about what to do after a windstorm has occurred once it is safe to venture outside to care for the landscape.
Written by Monica L. Elliott and Timothy Broschat, and published by the UF Department of Environmental Horticulture, September 2012.

FOR268/FR330 Urban Forests in Florida: Storm Damage Assessment Utility for Estimating Hurricane-Caused Tree Debris

FOR268, a 5-page illustrated fact sheet by Benjamin Thompson, Francisco Escobedo, Christina Staudhammer, Jerry Bond, and Chris Luley, explains how the USDA Storm Damage Assessment Protocol (SDAP), or i-Tree Storm, can be used to better estimate tree debris amounts and cleanup costs for pre-hurricane planning purposes and post-hurricane response. Includes references. Published by the UF School of Forest Resources and Conservation, July 2010.