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Twig blight of oaks in California

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Eva I. Hecht-Poinar
Laurence R. Costello, University of California
J. R. Parmeter, UC Cooperative Extension

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California Agriculture 43(1):15-16.

Published January 01, 1989

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Abstract

Twig blight of landscape oak trees was reduced to an acceptable level by pruning or by pruning plus treatment with a fungicide.

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The authors thank C. S Koehler, A. H. McCain, R. D. Raabe, and F. W. Cobb, Jr., for many helpful suggestions, G. Slaughter and F. Determan for their help with the field work, C. Sauer (California Conservation Corps Nursery, Napa, California) and the Saratoga Horticultural Foundation for supplying many oak seedlings, the Stanford Grounds Department personnel for making the field study possible, and D. Rowney for statistical analysis of the data. Funds were provided by the Elvenia J. Slosson Endowment Fund.

Twig blight of oaks in California

Eva I. Hecht-Poinar, Laurence R. Costello, J. R. Parmeter
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Twig blight of oaks in California

Share using any of the popular social networks Share by sending an email Print article
Share using any of the popular social networks Share by sending an email Print article

Authors

Eva I. Hecht-Poinar
Laurence R. Costello, University of California
J. R. Parmeter, UC Cooperative Extension

Publication Information

California Agriculture 43(1):15-16.

Published January 01, 1989

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Twig blight of landscape oak trees was reduced to an acceptable level by pruning or by pruning plus treatment with a fungicide.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

The authors thank C. S Koehler, A. H. McCain, R. D. Raabe, and F. W. Cobb, Jr., for many helpful suggestions, G. Slaughter and F. Determan for their help with the field work, C. Sauer (California Conservation Corps Nursery, Napa, California) and the Saratoga Horticultural Foundation for supplying many oak seedlings, the Stanford Grounds Department personnel for making the field study possible, and D. Rowney for statistical analysis of the data. Funds were provided by the Elvenia J. Slosson Endowment Fund.


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