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Flowering Dogwood
... branches from the trunk so major branches have room to develop. Remove some of the small, secondary branches from along the major branches ... . Leaves on infected branches turn red earlier in the fall. At first the symptoms appear only on the infected side of ... and leaf blight attack fading bracts, especially during wet weather. Infected flower parts fall on the leaves spreading the infection. Leaf ...
edis.ifas.ufl.edu

X-DISEASE (Mycoplasma disease of peaches and nectarines), HYG-3206-98
... infected shoots. Figure 1. Symptoms of X-disease on peach leaves. A good diagnostic symptom is the presence of apparently healthy twigs or branches with normal-looking leaves mixed with twigs or branches ... trees infected with X-disease may appear nor-mal at first, but fruit on infected branches will ... . Note the apparently healthy branch among severely infected branches with strap-shaped leaves. Cause X ...
ohioline.osu.edu

Verticillium Wilt of Landscape Trees and Shrubs, HYG-3053-96
... a major problem in natural forested areas. Diagnostic Symptoms Wilting of leaves and dieback of branches, often one at a time or on one side of the tree, are the most ... out dead branches are all good plant health care management practices. These can help limit infections and help limit the effects of these infections to some extent. Pruning out infected branches is useful ...
ohioline.osu.edu
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BOXWOOD
... spp., Gandoderma spp., Nectria spp., Phymatotrichum spp., Rhizoctonia spp.): Infected branches often start growth later in spring than normal ones. Leaves on such branches usually curl upward close to the stem and ... decline and branches may die back. Roots will be stunted, often bushy, dark and may have knots or galls on them. Fumigate planting site before replanting boxwood in infected soil. ...
plantpathology.tamu.edu

Shrubs I
... Physalospora obtusa): This fungus causes cankers and twig blight on cotoneaster. Prune and destroy infected branches. Cotton Root Rot (fungus - Phymatotrichum omnivorum): See section on Cotton Root Rot. ... out and destroying heavily disease branches; and (5) raking and destroying fallen leaves. Chemical applications should begin before new foliage is infected. Fungicides will protect foliage from ...
plantpathology.tamu.edu
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ELEAGNUS DISEASE PROBLEMS
... control. Several canker diseases attack the branches and trunk. The most common of these diseases is Fusicoccum elaegni (Vis. 1). The leaves on infected branches turn brown and persist on the ... causes wilting and browning of leaves on affected branches. There is no chemical control. Keep trees healthy and prune out dead branches. Related information. Pesticide Recommendations Cankers Russian Olive ...
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Dutch Elm Disease
... disease. Symptoms: Wilting, yellowing foliage and leaf drop first occur on one or a few branches. Then the entire tree may wilt and die in a few months to a few ... keeping healthy trees vigorous helps to limit the spread of the disease. Control: Prune out infected branches immediately. When pruning, cut well below the area showing symptoms -- at least 6 feet below ...
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Fuchsia Problem Solving
... . Check the inside branches of plants, too. Cut off infected branches two or three nodes below the damage. Place pruned branches in a plastic bag ... plants around the affected ones to be sure they are not infected, too. Thiodan (endosulfan), found in Cook’s Garden Insect Spray ... as not to attract hummingbirds and bees and spray the infected plants thoroughly. Watch for new signs of damage, cut them ...
www.americanfuchsiasociety.org

APSnet Education Center - Introductions to the Major Pathogen Groups - Introduction to Parasitic Flowering Plants
... and site quality, once dwarf mistletoe invades a site, infected trees growing on a poor site are invariably more seriously affected than are infected trees growing on a good site. Thus, ... or recreation areas, severely infected trees should be felled. For valuable trees, pruning of infected branches can be effective if more than half the crown will remain after the infected branches are removed. The ...
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Fir
... a pyramidal shape and horizontal branching with the lower branches drooping toward the ground. They may grow to ... wood. Needles on infected branches turn reddish then die. Cut off and destroy infected twigs. Several rusts attack firs but are not a problem on landscape trees. The diseases are rarely seen. Several different fungi cause cankers on the trunks and branches ...
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