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Browning of Evergreens Can Be Controlled
... needle lossIn the autumn, evergreens shed some of their needles - a naturally occurring process that requires no remedial action. The needles that are shed ... shed needles that are 3 or 4 years old. The needles of spruce and fir trees brown and drop off at 5 or 6 years of age. This gradual needle shed ...
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Preparing Trees and Shrubs for Winter
... , pine and spruce trees, can produce a dramatic needle shed. Some needle shed is normal with all evergreens, but dry conditions cause an increase in needle shed. Deciduous trees can be affected by dry conditions, as ...
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Evergreen Needle Drop
... hide the needles as they are shed. Combined with the soft texture and open structure of the Eastern White Pine this makes fall needle shed easily seen. Fall needle drop is a natural ... insect infestation, however, any factor that increases stress on evergreen trees will intensify the autumn needle drop. Stress factors include drought, herbicide injury, root damage and insect or disease damage. ...
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Fresh Christmas Tree | Select a New Christmas Tree | Shop for a Christmas Tree
... . Some species have excellent needle retention so remember that when choosing a variety (see Tip #1). A few inner brown needles from the tree's annual shed will drop off so do ...
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Common Conifer Tree Diseases - Prevention and Control
... ones I want to address here: Needle Cast Tree Disease: Needle cast is a group of tree diseases that cause conifers to shed needles. The symptoms of needle cast tree disease first appear ... or after the infected needles are shed. Find out how to prevent and control needle cast tree disease of conifers. Needle Blight Tree Disease: This group of needle blight tree diseases, including Diplodia, ...
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HortNews- November 2005
... some slower growers like bristlecone pine. In the Midwest, the evergreen with the most prominent needle drop is white pine. Every fall these trees appear sprinkled with yellow, desiccating needles. People ... tree barefoot would painfully reveal the truth about needle drop. Believe it or not, there are actually a few types of conifers that shed all their needles every year. These deciduous conifers ...
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true fir genus description
... firs are well-adapted to snowy environments because their short, stiff branches and pointed tops shed snow without breaking. Seven species of true fir are native to western North America, and ... only be used to recognize true firs in summer and early fall. Gently pull a needle away from its twig and notice the tiny, circular scar left on the twig. This ...
oregonstate.edu

Trees Part 5
... upper surface, creamy white underneath, and usually are not casually visible due to covering by needle accumulations. The disease is most serious in planted forests following thinning operations. Infections spread ... wide. Cankers widen each year, and often coalesce, girdling the tree or branch. Older cankers shed their darkened, dead bark exposing the wood, which dries, cracks, and turns black. The ...
plantpathology.tamu.edu

The Pines
... While most conifers are evergreen a few, such as larch, shed their leaves in winter Besides the pines, conifers include the junipers ... is native to the Bahamas, Cuba and Central America. It bears needle-like leaves in clusters of three. Click at right for ... develops initially by free nuclear division. The mature, winged seed is shed, the wind dispersing the new sporophyte generation. L.S. Pine ...
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Vegetative Terminology (Part 2)
... from primary leaves) when sufficient water is available. Idria and ocotillo are drought deciduous, and shed their secondary leaves during the dry season. Left: Boojum tree (Fouquieria columnaris), also known ... area called the tubercle. Opuntia subulata, an interesting species native to Equador. Clusters of needle-like spines arise in the axils of fleshy, subulate leaves (red arrow). Left: Jumping ...
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