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California Backyard Orchard: Pests and Diseases
... leaves. Description: Mite: need hand lens to see, white to tan. Life Cycle: Overwinters under bud scales and adjacent to leaf buds; many generations. Controls Natural: Predaceous mites (avoid summer chemical sprays ...
homeorchard.ucdavis.edu

HortNews- February 2006
... and oystershell scale. Dormant oil applications darken tree bark and buds, speeding up spring bud development. This reduces the flower buds ability to withstand cold temperatures, therefore, applications ... Silver Tip- Fruit bud scales separated at tip, showing light gray tissue. (Apple only) Swollen Bud- Equivalent to silver tip stage in apple. Fruit buds are swollen, scales are separated to expose ...
hortparadise.unl.edu

The Virginia Camellia Society - Education - Gibbing
... bud is smaller and pointed. To treat, select a vegetative bud next to a plump, well-developed flower bud. Twist out the vegetative bud leaving a "cup" of bud scales at the base. Place a drop of the solution into this cup. The chemical will be translocated to the flower bud ... flower bud, remove vegetative bud beside the flower bud and ...
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The Virginia Camellia Society - Education - Insects & Pests
... occurs. Examining camellias regularly for damaging pests can help prevent serious injury to the plants. Scales Scale insects are the most common and troublesome insects on camellias. They represent about ... dry climate. Camellia bud mites are small pests that occur under the scales of vegetative and flower buds. flower buds with heavy infestations show brown edges on the bud scales early. If left ...
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Trees Part 4
... , bulges in the leaf tissue with some cupping and twisting. The fungus overwinters on the bud scales. Infection will occur if the weather is cool and rainy during leaf emergence. The initial ... the only ones subject to infection by this organism. A copper fungicide just prior to bud opening is effective. Actinopelte Leafspot (fungus - Actinopelte dryina): This disease is most severe on members ...
plantpathology.tamu.edu

Key to Native and Naturalized Genera of Ingeae
... from dorsal face of each stipule; plants with axillary short-shoots; perulate bud scales lacking; Greater Antilles and Bahamas only, Calliandra spp. affin. ...............................C. haematommati Bentham ... of.................................Chloroleucon 20. No resting-buds, or if such are present their scales either a) not striately venulose, or b) linear-lanceolate and loosely imbricate. ...
sciweb.nybg.org

FPHG -
... groups on roughened bark, in crevices and cracks, and around bud scales on twigs and branches. Eggs begin to hatch at prepink bud stages and continue throughout bloom. Young mites move to newly ...
ssfruit.cas.psu.edu

Vegetative Terminology (Part 2)
... normally develop. The spine is technically a modified, sharp-pointed leaf. Since it has a bud in its axil, the spine occurs in the relative position of a leaf. Some spines ... from the leaf axil. The spines are homologous (similar in structure & origin) to bud scales of an axillary bud. Although they arise in a leaf axil, they are not homologous to a stem ...
waynesword.palomar.edu

What Tree is That at arborday.org
... are flat and thin, and generally shed annually. BUD SCAR the marks remaining after bud scales drop in spring. COMPOUND LEAF a leaf with more ... Where the leaf stem attaches to the twig there is a bud. CONIFER a cone-bearing tree. DECIDUOUS shedding all leaves annually. ... SAMARA winged fruit. SIMPLE LEAF a single leaf blade with a bud at the base of the leafstem. SINUS indentation between lobes on ...
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Glossary of Tree Terms—The Tree Guide at Arborday.org
... are flat and thin, and generally shed annually. bud scar the marks remaining after bud scales drop in the spring. clingstone any of various ... . Where the leafstem attaches to the twig, there is a bud. conifer A cone-bearing tree. cross-pollination fertilization between genetically ... being present. simple leaf A single leaf blade with a bud at the base of the leafstem. sinus Indentation between lobes ...
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