UOG Expertise: How you can help Guam's dying gagu
By Robert Schlub, Elizabeth Hahn, and Julia Delorm for the Pacific Daily News
What happened to the huge, lush, towering, 100-year-plus gagu, or ironwood trees, that commonly dotted the island’s landscape at the University of Guam, Tiyan, Windward Hills Country Club golf course and elsewhere?
Known by its scientific name Casuarina equisetifolia, ironwood trees are tightly integrated into Guam’s environment and local culture.
Read the full article in the Pacific Daily News (Dec. 10, 2021).
Robert L. Schlub is a plant pathology professor and extension specialist and Elizabeth Hahn and Julia Delorm are extension associates with Cooperative Extension & Outreach at the University of Guam’s College of Natural and Applied Sciences.
Mangilao, Guam 96913
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