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Slime Flux and Wetwood
... Slime Flux and Wetwood Michigan State University Extension Ornamental Plants plus Version 3.0 - 00001700 11/12/99 Slime Flux and Wetwood Symptoms: Sap seeps out of pruning cuts or other wounds and flows down the trunk, resulting in a malodorous "slime flux." Slime flux may sometimes cause wilting and browning ...
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Ornamental Plants plus Version 3.0 - E
... Disease Problems ELEAGNUS Eleagnus Insect Problems Eleagnus Disease Problems Russian Olive Canker And Dieback ELEAGNUS ANGUSTIFOLIA Eleagnus angustifolia--Russian Olive ELEAGNUS COMMUTATA Eleagnus commutata-- ... Ulmus x 'Regal' Ulmus rubra 'Lincoln' Ulmus wilsoniana 'Prospector' Dutch Elm Disease Slime Flux and Wetwood Elm Leaf Beetle ELYMUS ARENARIUS Elymus arenarius--Blue Lyme Grass ELYMUS GLAUCUS ...
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Hort on the Internet: Trees
... Fact Sheets for 680 Trees Fertilization - Reasons and Methods Forest and Wildlife Management - NC State Forest Genetics and Tree Breeding Forest Genetics Dendrome Forest Health ... Wilt Noninfectious Diseases of Trees Ornamental and Tree Diseases - Mississippi Phomopsis Blight Pine Wood Nematode - NC State Shoestring Root Rot Slime Flux Slime Flux and Wetwood - Michigan Sooty Molds - Georgia Sunscald ...
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Trees and Shrubs
... and Transplanting Trees and Shrubs Oak Galls Pine, Spruce or Fir? Pot Bound Nursery Stock Prune Your Cedars Cautiously Saskatoon-Juniper Rust Shade Tolerant Trees and Shrubs Slime Flux and Bacterial Wetwood Small Plants for Small Spaces Spruce trees provoke turf war Swiss Stone Pine Transplanting Trees Tree Problem Diagnosis Tree and Shrub ...
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Slime Flux and Bacterial Wetwood
... Slime Flux and Bacterial Wetwood Slime Flux and Bacterial Wetwood GardenLine | Trees and Shrubs | Slime Flux and Bacterial Wetwood Russell Friesen Poplar, elm, birch, maple, apple and mountain ash can all develop a condition known as bacterial wetwood. Often bacterial wetwood ...
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Elmcare.com - Wetwood
... Quick Elm Facts Wetwood is caused by a bacterial infection and is very common in elms and many other species. The infection causes moisture to be retained in the wood and also produces metabolic ... sites. The liquid oozes out and down the tree, where other organisms colonize it. This liquid is called slime flux and is known to have a foul odour. Wetwood becomes a problem only when enough ...
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Ask the Experts - Other Diseases
... can do about Wetwood. Wetwood is caused by a bacterial infection and is very common in elms and many other species. The infection causes moisture to be retained in the wood and also produces metabolic ... sites. The liquid oozes out and down the tree, where other organisms colonize it. This liquid is called slime flux and is known to have a foul odour. Wetwood becomes a problem only when enough ...
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Ornamental Pathology Facts
... . remove the infected tree. Wetwood (Slime flux) Foul-smelling liquid oozing from branch stubs, pruning cuts, or cracks in the bark runs down the trunk, leaving gray streaks. Bark and turf where the ooze lands may be killed. Affected wood within the tree has a water-soaked appearance but rarely has decay. Many bacteria are involved. Wetwood does no ...
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Department of Plant Pathology Plant Disease Facts
... to include more leaves and toward the ends of branches. Xylella fastidiosa Infected trees may survive for years. Severely affected trees should be removed. Bacterial Wetwood (Slime Flux) Dark streaks of sap, usually foul smelling, ooze from holes or cracks in the bark. The heartwood is discolored dark brown. Pin oaks are especially prone to wetwood ...
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TreeHelp.com: Trees: Diseases
... N A M E Anthracnose Apple scab Ash anthracnose Ash yellows Bacterial wetwood Black knot of cherry and plum Black spot of Rose Bud rot of palm Crabapple scab Cedar ... Pecan scab Powdery mildew Rhizosphaera needlecast of spruce Sapstreak of sugar maple Slime Flux Tar Spot Verticillium wilt Wetwood TOP TreeHelp currently accepts PRODUCTS Fertilizers & Soil Additives | Watering Products | Tools | Pest & ...
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