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Ornamental Plants plus Version 3.0 - G
... Gall Mites Maple Bladder Gall Mite GALL RUSTS Gall Rusts of Pine GALL WASPS Gall Wasps GALLS Acer Insect Problems Achillea Disease Problems Quercus Insect Problems Crown Gall Black Knot of Stone Fruits Symptoms Caused By Insects Gall Wasps Gall Midges Adelgids Maple Bladder Gall Mite ...
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Ornamental Plants plus Version 3.0 - I
... Bronze Birch Borer Birch Leaf Miner Cooley's Spruce Gall Adelgid Black Vine Weevil Taxus Mealybug Maple Bladder Gall Mite Crimson Erineum Mite Rose Chafer Arborvitae Leaf Miner Oak Galls Plant Bug, ... Pine Sawfly Eastern Spruce Gall Adelgid Pine Bark Adelgid Spruce Needle Miner Gypsy Moth Cankerworm Fall Webworm Eastern Tent Caterpillar Maple Petiole Borer Cottony Maple Scale Oystershell Scale Four ...
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Eriophyid Mites
... maple, linden, basswood, birch, poplar and cherries are all caused by microscopic mites. Each species of tree has it is own species of mite ... or purple in colour. The leave galls are bladder, blister spindle like fleshy projections. The ... gall mite. Selection of these hybrids should be considered in order to avoid gall mite infestations. The 'Northwest' poplar is particularly susceptible to gall mite ...
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Plant Galls
... , maple, linden, basswood, birch, poplar and cherries. Each species of tree has it is own particular species of mite, with ... , red or purple in colour. Leaf galls appear as bladder, blister or spindle-like fleshy projections. The galls are ... gall mite. Selection of these hybrids should be considered in order to avoid gall mite infestations. `Northwest' poplar is particularly susceptible to gall mite. ...
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Ask Extension Database, NDSU Extension Service
... newly developing leaves. The evidence of mite feeding damage does not appear until late spring and on into the summer. As warm weather continues, the gall formations become more noticeable. Many times ... gall problems in North Dakota occurs on maple. Maple bladder galls are at first green, later changing to a bright red and in mid-to-late summer the galls turn black. With ash flower gall ...
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American Red Maple
... Gall mites stimulate the formation of growths or galls on the leaves. The galls are small but can be so numerous that individual leaves curl up. The most common gall is bladder gall mite found on silver maple. The galls are round and at ... controls are not needed. Crimson erineum mite is usually found on silver maple and causes the formation of ...
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Questions on Maple Leaf Problems
... to pale and get brown spots. (Fergus Falls, Minn.) A: Your maple has terminal chlorosis. This could be brought on by a number of ... them if possible. (Platte, S.D.) A: Your Maple has a bladder gall caused by a mite invasion which took place about two months ago. These ... Can you tell me why the leaves are falling off of my maple trees? They turn yellow and fall down, but the remaining leaves appear ...
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