Metadata: Scorch Diseases on Shade Trees

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TitleScorch Diseases on Shade Trees
AuthorJones, R. K. (North Carolina State University, Raleigh, US (NC))
Baker, J. R. (North Carolina State University, Raleigh, US (NC))
McGraw, J. R. (North Carolina State University, Raleigh, US (NC))
PublisherNorth Carolina Cooperative Extension Service, North Carolina State University: Raleigh, US (NC) <>
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Keywordsshade trees; bacterial diseases; scorch; disease control
DescriptionThis fact sheet provides information on the condition 'scorch' on shade trees, caused by fastidious xylem inhabiting bacteria (FXIB). Within infected trees, they only occur in the living xylem or water conducting cells. In North and South Carolina, this disease has been found on elm, pin oak, southern red oak, sycamore and grapes. The report looks at the bacteria which cause the condition, susceptible trees, symptoms, and methods of control. Colour photographs are included.
Source TypeSeries of Preprints, Reports, and Working Papers
CABI CodeKK100; KK110
Accessfree; no restriction
Levelundergraduate; graduate; professional
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