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Dogwood, Cornus spp., Disease Index
Dogwood, Cornus spp., Disease Index DOGWOOD Cornus spp. Disease Index Armillaria Root Rot Botrytis Petal Blight Cotton Root Rot Crown Gall Dogwood Anthracnose Leafspot Powdery Mildew Spot Anthracnose Transplant Shock Wood Rot January, 1996 The full dogwood text is available without illustrations.
plantpathology.tamu.edu

Dogwood Tree
... bark in shades of gray, brown, and white. More: Japanese Dogwood Trees Flowering dogwood (Cornus florida) Flowering dogwood is a spreading tree with horizontal branches that gives it winter interest ... them. More: Pagoda Dogwood Trees Choosing Plants from a Nursery Satomi Dogwood All About Japanese Maples Using the Shade in Your Garden Tartarian Dogwood Variegated-Leaf Dogwood Dogwoods Forest Pansy ...
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Dogwood Borer
... was noted only for causing occasional damage to ornamental trees and shrubs, such as dogwood. Oak and dogwood, which are especially common in the Midwest, are considered to be the borer's ... and reduce yields. Infestations probably also increase the chances of disease introduction. Factors Affecting Abundance Dogwood borers are very attracted to the grafting of new scion wood onto older trees. ...
www.canr.msu.edu

Flowering Dogwood Cultivars
... resistance Golden Nugget White Green and bronzy-yellow foliage Green Glow White Fastest growing dogwood cultivar; upright, compact, tight form; heavy flowering; light green blotches on leaves Hohman's ... Pink Medium size upright tree Sweetwater Red Bracts that remain red Strongest growing red dogwood; reddish summer foliage; red purple fall foliage Welchii White Variegated white, green, and pink ...
www.ces.ncsu.edu

Pacific Dogwood
... Dogwood Pacific Dogwood Cornus nuttallii Also called the Flowering Dogwood, this 20 meter (70 foot) tree is British Columbia's floral emblem. It belongs to the Family Cornaceae (Dogwood) which also includes Red-osier Dogwood ... are protected by law in the province of British Columbia, like the Cascara tree. Pacific Dogwood prefers moist, but well-drained soils at low elevations (to 450 meters or 1500 ...
www.naturepark.com

TreeHelp.com: Trees: Species: Dogwood
... Dogwood Section Introduction Soil Improvement Fertilizing 3 Types of Dogwood Insects & Diseases Register Your Dogwood Products for your dogwood Flat-rate shipping § Shipping is free on orders over $100 Dogwood ...
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Dogwood - A Plant for all Seasons
... similar, but its leaves taper at both ends and are pale beneath. Red-panicled dogwood, Grey dogwood Cornus racemosa Native to: MB, ON, swQC Habitat: Naturally occurring in thickets, streambanks ... grow branches from the main stems. Yellow twig dogwood (Cornus sericea ‚ÄúFlaviramea‚ÄĚ) has bright yellow stems. Small Trees Pagoda dogwood, Alternate-leaf dogwood Cornus alternifolia Native to: sMB, ON, QC ...
wildaboutgardening.org

Flowering Dogwood
... are fertilized. PESTS Insects Insects common on dogwood include dogwood borer, twig borers and club gall. Eggs of the dogwood borer are laid on the dogwood trunk by moths and hatch into small ... Other Problems Several diseases may affect flowering dogwood. A large number of leaf spots attack dogwood. Spot anthracnose is caused by a fungus that attacks dogwood leaves, stems, flowers and buds. Spots ...
edis.ifas.ufl.edu

Dogwood Anthracnose - Forestry
... Job Online Degrees Yellow Pages Forums Most Popular Articles Latest Articles Help Dogwood Anthracnose Dogwood Anthracnose Attacks dogwood. Taken from the Forest Insect and Disease Leaflet Series, USDA Forest ... this FIDL series (clickable thumbnail) How to Identify and Control Dogwood Anthracnose From USFS "How To" Series Dogwood Anthracnose Fact Sheet Cornell University Forest Disease Links from ...
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Flowering Dogwood - 100 Most Common Trees
... range of dogwood, USFS. Manage and ID Flowering Dogwood (courtesy About Forestry) Dogwood Habitat and Culture From USFS Silvics Manual Dogwood Anthracnose From About Forestry diseases. Fire Effects On Dogwood ... Park, Norfolk, Kentucky National Register of Big Trees Quick Stats Common Names: dogwood, flowering dogwood, boxwood, cornel Habitat: Flowering dogwoods grow on moist well-drained sandy loams ...
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