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Slime Flux and Bacterial Wetwood
... Bacterial Wetwood Slime Flux and Bacterial Wetwood GardenLine | Trees and Shrubs | Slime Flux and Bacterial Wetwood Russell Friesen Poplar, elm, birch, maple, apple and mountain ash can all develop a condition known as bacterial wetwood. Often bacterial wetwood ...
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Trees and Shrubs
... Prune Your Cedars Cautiously Saskatoon-Juniper Rust Shade Tolerant Trees and Shrubs Slime Flux and Bacterial Wetwood Small Plants for Small Spaces Spruce trees provoke turf war Swiss Stone Pine Transplanting Trees ...
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VT Forestry I.D. Cards - hackberry
... considerably larger. Bark:Irregularly furrowed, light grayish brown, often streaked with lighter stains caused by bacterial wetwood and associated "bleeding". Form:A medium sized tree reaching up to 70 feet tall; typically ...
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Ulmus pumila fact sheet
... and round. Bark: Irregularly furrowed, light grayish-brown, often streaked with lighter stains caused by bacterial wetwood and associated "bleeding". Form: Typically a very bad looking tree due to limb breakage; often ...
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Colorado State Cooperative Extension Garden Publications Online
... Ring in Turfgrass PDF 2.909 Leaf Spot and Melting Out Diseases PDF 2.910 Bacterial Wetwood PDF 2.920 Aspen and Poplar Leaf Spots PDF 2.925 Dwarf Mistletoe Management PDF ...
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Department of Plant Pathology Plant Disease Facts
... in the area from stresses, especially insect feeding (gypsy moth larvae) that results in defoliation. Bacterial Leaf Scorch Browning of oldest leaves along their margins begins mid to late summer ... Bacterial Wetwood (Slime Flux) Dark streaks of sap, usually foul smelling, ooze from holes or cracks in the bark. The heartwood is discolored dark brown. Pin oaks are especially prone to wetwood. Various ...
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TreeHelp.com: Trees: Diseases
... E A S E N A M E Anthracnose Apple scab Ash anthracnose Ash yellows Bacterial wetwood Black knot of cherry and plum Black spot of Rose Bud rot of palm Crabapple ... mildew Rhizosphaera needlecast of spruce Sapstreak of sugar maple Slime Flux Tar Spot Verticillium wilt Wetwood TOP TreeHelp currently accepts PRODUCTS Fertilizers & Soil Additives | Watering Products | Tools | Pest & Disease Controls | ...
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Ask Extension Database, NDSU Extension Service
... Extension Service Ask Extension for answers to commonly asked questions. Bleeding of Elm Trees (Elm Wetwood Disease) Date: April 1989 (April 1995) Source: NDSU Extension Service Horticulturist Elm trees in North ... grass. This is a bacterial disease that is found in almost all elms in our state, although some trees are more severely affected than others. The wetwood bacterium lives in the wood ...
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Trees Part 4
... well. Wetwood (bacterium - Erwinia nimipressuralis): Affected trees exhibit a sapflow from crotches. The bark below the crotch has a watersoaked appearance. The sap flow is the result of bacterial by-products producing abnormally high pressures within the vascular system. For more information on wetwood and its control, refer to the section ...
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Elmcare.com - Wetwood
... Verticillium Wilt Elm Yellows Cankers Wetwood Elm Leaf Black Spot Elm Leaf Miner Asian Longhorned Beetle Elm Tree Links Quick Elm Facts Wetwood is caused by a bacterial infection and is very common ... tree to compromise its structural integrity. A professional or consulting arborist should judge this. Otherwise, wetwood can be viewed as somewhat beneficial, as the moist environment that it creates in ...
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