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Texas Plant Disease Handbook
... and Poplar Dogwood Elm Magnolia Maple Mesquite Mimosa Mulberry Oak Palm Pine Redbud Sycamore Willow Wood Rots on Shade Trees Back to Top IX. CEREAL CROPS Barley Corn Oats Grain Sorghum Rice ...
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Trees 1
... cotton root rot fungus, particularly during the younger stages of growth. (See Cotton Root Rot.) Wood Rots (fungi - Poria sp., Fomes sp., Polyporus sp., etc.): Most of these fungi attack only weakened ... , pruning, or strong winds. Trees decline slowly for no apparent reason and the fungus slowly rots the wood. After the disease has progressed for some time, leathery, hard structures (conks) can be ...
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Diseases of Sweetgum (Liquidambar spp.)
... canker Nectria cinnabarina (Tode:Fr.) Fr. (anamorph: Tubercularia vulgaris Tode:Fr.) Wood rots Bjerkandra adust (Willd.:Fr.) P. Karst. Candelobrochaete langioisii (Pat.) Boidin Ceriporia xylostromatioides (Berk ... Tyromyces fissilis (Berk. & M. A. Curtis) Donk T. calkinsii Murill Other basidiomycetes Wood stains Ceratocystis coerulescens (Münch) Bakshi C. moniliformis (Hedgc.) C. Moreau (anamorph: ...
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Fruit Pathology - Tree Fruit Disease Fact Sheets and Photographs
... Apple mummy next to developing fruit WOOD ROTS (Get the facts on biology, monitoring, and management) General appearance of tree with wood rot infection Limb breakage due to wood rot infection Trunk infection with ...
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ODIN003 - Some Common Pecan Diseases and Their Control in North Carolina
... Pathologist D.F. Ritchie, Extension Plant Pathologist [General Information] [Scab] [Powdery Mildew] [Blotch] [Wood Rots] [Rosette and Bunch] [Internal Breakdown] [Crown Gall] [Spanish Moss] [Back to Ornamental Disease Notes ... the next. Scab sprays usually will control leaf spots. Wood or Heart Rots Wood or heart rots can cause extensive wood decay and thus weaken the branches or trunk. These fungus ...
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Cornell Fruit Resources, Cornell University
... - West Virginia University Phytophthora Root, Crown, and Collar Rots Powdery Mildew [.pdf] Sooty Blotch and Fly Speck White Rot - West Virginia University Wood Rots - West Virginia University Hardcopy Publications: Mid-Atlantic Orchard Monitoring ...
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Abies lasiocarpa (Hook
... ) and wood rotting fungi are responsible for most disease losses (13,29,53). Important root and butt rots are Gloeocystidiellum citrinum, Coniophora puteana, Armillaria mellea, Coniophorella olivaea, Polyporus tomentosus var. circinatus, and Pholiota squarrose. Important trunk rots are Haematostereum sanguinolentum, Phellinus pini, and Amylostereum chailletii. Wood rots ...
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Juniperus sificicola (Small) Bailey
... Other agents that damage eastern redcedar, such as cedar blight (Phomopsis juniperovora) and various wood rots (15), probably damage southern redcedar also. Special Uses Southern redcedar lumber is used ... , Atlanta, GA. 81 p. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service. 1974. Wood handbook: wood as an engineering material. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Agriculture Handbook 72, rev. Washington ...
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Armillaria Root Rots
... rots Species of Armillaria have a unique ability to rot wood and form wedges into the root bark. In a sense, Armillaria species are root canker rots ... rots are caused by fungi that can rot wood and form wedges into the bark. When conditions are best for rotting wood, they rot wood. When conditions are not best for rotting wood ...
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Root and Butt Rots of Oaks
... as they reach their life-expectancy. Cause Several species of wood decay fungi cause root and butt rot of oaks. In ... giganteus). Inonotus dryadeus is one of the most common of these wood decay species. Hosts Most oak species are susceptible to root ... wood; or of the brown rot type, characterized by brown, dry, crumbly wood often with horizontal and vertical fissures. See Table 1 for the types of rots ...
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