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Blackjack Oak (Quercus marilandica) Forest Types: Upland Woods, Bluffs Small, shrub-like tree; leaves vaguely 3-lobed, with bristle tips; bark very dark gray.


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It was one of the few tree species to venture onto the Great Plains before white settlement, occupying a region from central Texas northeast through Oklahoma.


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A medium to large tree that can reach a height of 60 feet and a diameter of 16" to Several forms of the species with smaller leaves occur in Central Texas on.


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A medium to large tree that can reach a height of 60 feet and a diameter of 16" to Several forms of the species with smaller leaves occur in Central Texas on.


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The oak genus includes some very stately trees, but Blackjack Oaks aren't really attractive at first glance. They and other species like them are.


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In , the disease killed about 12 percent of the oaks in some areas, thus allowing the survivors more opportunity to obtain water. Survey work conducted by Dr. Unfortunately most of us that build our homes in the woodland have difficulty taking the long view on ecology when the tree in front of our house is the one that dies. A kid I knew in my youth was scrappy and always getting into fights. It was one of the few tree species to venture onto the Great Plains before white settlement, occupying a region from central Texas northeast through Oklahoma known as the cross timber region. Pat Finn at the UofA following the severe drought of showed that about 80 percent of the oaks of northwest Arkansas have this systemic infection. While these trees - mostly oaks, hickories, dogwoods and elms - look bad from a distance, most will survive the rigors of the drought without much problem. Summers like this help one appreciate the really tough trees such as the blackjack oak. Unfortunately, that is not the end of the story. But, before dismissing this tough tree as a scrub oak and relegating it to the woodpile, reflect on its toughness and adaptability under adverse conditions. For the health of the forest, Hypoxylon is a beneficial fungus because it thins the stand of trees. Blackjacks are found throughout most of the eastern woodlands, occupying sites with soil too poor or dry for oaks with more stature and substance to flourish. As bad as the trees look, most will survive the drought because they have been forced into an early dormancy to conserve water. This fungus is usually benign and does no apparent harm, but droughts cause it to flare up. The Rodney Dangerfield of oaks, blackjacks are given but one use - firewood - by most authors who seem overly hung up on the notion that all oaks reach the pinnacle of their glory at the saw mill. Please check your local nursery or other retail outlets to ask about the availability of these plants for your growing area.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} The University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture does not maintain lists of retail outlets where these plants can be purchased. The leaves hang on the tree through the winter to be pushed off by new leaves the following spring. The blackjack is a small, gnarly tree usually under 35 feet tall with a round crown and leathery, three-lobed leaves. Certain trees -- with no discernable pattern -- are killed by the multiplying hyphae of the fungus as it produces its spores on fungal mats under the bark of the tree. Blackjacks are not in the nursery trade and many who have them on their property treat them with little respect. The drive between Fayetteville and Little Rock is punctuated with whole hillsides of brown and seemingly lifeless trees. About all that can be done to ward off the effects of this problem is to keep the drought at bay by watering before conditions become too severe. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}The University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture does not promote, support or recommend plants featured in "Plant of the Week. It is a member of the red oak tribe and has the characteristic leaf spine at the end of each lobe. These fungal mats push the bark off which accumulates at the base of the tree like a rain of deadly dandruff.