Cankers of Russian-olive seedlings at the Montana State Forest Tree Nursery, Missoula, Montana

by Robert L. James

Publisher: United States Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Region, Cooperative Forestry & Pest Management in Missoula, Mont

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  • Russian olive -- Diseases and pests -- Montana.,
  • Russian olive -- Montana -- Seedlings.

Edition Notes

Statementby R.L. James.
SeriesCooperative forestry and pest management, Report -- 83-8., Report (United States. Forest Service. Northern Region) -- no. 83-8.
ContributionsUnited States. Forest Service. Northern Region. Cooperative Forestry & Pest Management.
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Pagination6 p. :
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Open LibraryOL18269505M

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In very young trees such as 2-year-old nursery stock, slight spindle-shaped swellings are seen on the lower stern. In saplings and larger trees stem infections eventually form flared, target cankers (cankers with concentric ridges of sapwood) called "hip cankers" (fig. 21). Sporulation can some times be seen at the edges of hip cankers in spring.   The master list of recommended trees for contains a general description of each tree and the Missoula appropriate use for the tree. For ease of use, the list is divided into Class I-Small, Class II-Medium, and Class III-Large trees. Class I-Small trees are generally 30 feet in height or less at maturity. Class II-Medium sized trees are. COMMENT # It will cost too much to cut down the Russian olive trees if they are made a noxious weed (1 commenter). RESPONSE # Eradication of Russian olive from the state is not presumed. Our intent is to prohibit any future sale into and around Montana, and provide state funding to augment local control efforts where warranted. Forest Nursery Pests. USDA Forest Service, Agriculture Handbook No. , pp. Hosts. Lower stem canker, caused by the fungi Fusarium roseum and Phoma eupyrena, occurs primarily on Douglas-fir seedlings, though some damage occurs on noble fir. In addition, these fungi are found commonly on a broad range of conifer seedlings without causing.

Range of hosts in Idaho and Montana. Damage. Branch and stern cankers are produced. Branches are quickly girdled and killed as are tops of seedlings. Stem cankers occasionally girdle and kill saplings, seldom larger trees. Identification. Flagged branches and dead tops of seedlings and saplings are usually the most obvious symptoms (fig. 24). The fungus moves up the branch and into the stem. Stem cankers usually have abundant resin flow on the outer bark (fig. 17). The outer margin of the canker appears as a discolored area surrounding the dead bark. Infected trees may appear vigorous until shortly before death. Some trees may have squirrel or porcupine chewing at the canker margins.

Cankers of Russian-olive seedlings at the Montana State Forest Tree Nursery, Missoula, Montana by Robert L. James Download PDF EPUB FB2

Russian-olive is grown for windbreak and wildlife plantings at the Montana State Forest Tree Nursery in Missoula. Ab seedlings are produced annually.

Although there are usually few problems associ-ated with production of Russian-olive, during the fall lifting operation many seedlings were culled because of extensive branch and. Cankers of Russian-olive seedlings at the Montana State Forest Tree Nursery, Missoula, Montana (Report) [R.

L James] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Cankers of Russian-olive Seedlings at the Montana State Forest Tree Nursery Missoula, Montana Fungi associated with cankers of Russian-olive seedlings at the Montana State Nursery, Missoula, were investigated.

Phomopsis elaeagni was most often isolated from and fruiting on cankers. Title: Cankers of Russian-olive Seedlings at the Montana State Forest Tree Nursery Missoula, Montana Author: USDA Forest Service Created Date: 10/24/ AM.

Fungi associated with cankers of Russian-olive seedlings at the Montana State Nursery, Missoula, were investigated. Phomopsis elaeagni was most often isolated from and fruiting on cankers.

Other associated fungi were Phoma herbarum, P. eupyrena, P. chrysanthemicola, P. exigua, Alternaria alternate, Epicoccum nigrum, and Fusarium by: 2. Fungi associated with cankers of Russian-olive seedlings at the Montana\ud State Nursery, Missoula, were investigated.

Phomopsis elaeagni was most\ud often isolated from and fruiting on cankers. Cankers of Russian-olive Seedlings at the Montana State Forest Tree Nursery Missoula, Montana Author: ('USDA Forest Service',) Chlamydospore-Producing Species of Phome from Conifer Seedlings in Pacific Northwest Forest Tree Nurseries Author: ('USDA Forest Service',).

Cankers of Russian-olive seedlings at the Montana State Forest Tree Nursery, Missoula, Montana. USDA Forest Service, Northern Region. Rept. James, R. Characteristics of Phoma isolates from nurseries of the Pacific Northwest Region. USDA Forest ,Northern Region. 26p.

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