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Canker diseases: If any part of a tree is injured, be it the branches or the trunk, there are chances that fungus may enter the plant causing canker disease. Initially, it infects the bark tissue, which results in the barks becoming discolored or sunken. Usually, canker infection starts from the branches and if that’s the case, pruning can ...

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The disease spreads rapidly up and down the tree, killing the branches and the main trunk. Prevention & Treatment: Remove all currant plants within a one-mile radius. Prune out cankered branches and excise stem cankers by removing bark at least 4 inches above and below, and 2 inches on either side of discolored bark.

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Diseases of fruits and nuts Diseases of fruits and nuts diseasesoffruits120smit Year: 1941 Diseases of Fruits and Nuts 145 The fungus also penetrates into the sound wood and causes it to be- come decayed with a uniform white rotting. Fig. 77.—The oak-root-fungus disease (armillaria) on an oak tree, showing white mycelium and toadstools.

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Dutch Elm disease, one of the most destructive shade tree diseases in North America, is caused by a fungus spread by the elm bark beetle. First reported in the U.S in 1928, the disease is believed to have been brought over from the Netherlands in a shipment of logs.

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Unfortunately, there are diseases and insects which plague these trees. Slime Flux. This bacterial infection gets its name from the frothy slime that oozes out of the tree bark after infection. The ‘foam’ dries leaving a dry scum. Wounds in the bark provide the source of entry. Weed eaters, improper pruning or even the family cat can break ...

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This is because the water producing elements within the tree are produced during this time of year. Elm trees are less susceptible to this disease in drought conditions and when experiencing vigorous growth. Dutch Elm Disease Transmission. Elm Bark Beetles: The most common way Dutch elm disease is transmitted is through elm bark beetles. There ...

www.healthline.com/health/epidermodysplasia-verruciformis

Many of these lesions take on the appearance of tree bark or tree roots. Because of this, EV is sometimes referred to as “tree-man disease” or “tree-man syndrome.”

www.garden.eco/pecan-tree-diseases

About Pecan Fungal Diseases. Pecan-targeting fungal organisms spend their winters lying dormant on twigs, leaves, bark or nut husks. They overwinter both on the trees and the surrounding soil. With the return of warm, humid weather, the fungi begin producing infectious spores. Insects, rain and wind transport the spores to the trees’ growing ...

www.mortonarb.org/trees-plants/tree-and-plant-advice/help-diseases/spruce-diseases

CYTOSPORA CANKER. Cytospora canker, caused by the fungus Cytospora kunzei (also known as Valsa kunzei var. piceae), is the most prevalent and destructive fungal disease of Norway and Colorado blue spruce.Occasionally, Cytospora canker is found on Douglas-fir, hemlock, and larch. Susceptibility varies widely among species, but generally trees under stress or growing outside their natural range ...