Part 3: General mistletoe observations (on hosts other than fruit trees)

The Mistletoe League Project aims to collect information about mistletoe on fruit (especially apple) trees in the UK and Ireland. The project began in late 2011 and will run over at least two winters (the best time for documenting mistletoe) so it will be active until at least spring 2013.

This is Part 3 - collecting information on mistletoe that isn't on fruit trees.

[Parts 1a and 1b gather information on how mistletoe is treated on fruit trees - is it welcomed or seen as a nuisance? Is it managed or left untouched? Is it cropped commercially at all?  Part 2 gathers information on which fruit varieties seem most or least susceptible to mistletoe.  Part 3 collects general information on mistletoe sightings on other host trees (not necessarily fruit trees - limes, poplars, hawthorns and many other trees are also good hosts)]

For an index to all the survey parts visit the survey index page, and for general information on the Mistletoe League Project visit www.british.mistletoe.org.uk.

This is Part 3, which collects general observations on mistletoe on trees other than fruit trees.

This aims to gather information on how mistletoe is thriving, and whether it's increasing or decreasing, in the wider countryside and in gardens where it's not on fruit tree hosts.

To access the fruit tree sections visit the index page.

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