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Environmental factors affecting Sirococcus shoot blight of black spruce
Pathogenic isolates of Sirococcusstrobilimts from Piceamariana were studied under laboratory conditions to determine the temperature, light, and humidity requirements for conidial germination, myce...
Production, isolation, and antimicrobial activity of hyalodendrin, a new antibiotic produced by a species of Hyalodendron.
In seed-germination tests, hyalodendrin had a relatively low degree of phytotoxicity and compared favorably with benomyl in its ability to inhibit in vitro growth of Ceratocystis ulmi, the causal agent of Dutch elm disease.
Host and vector surveys for the pinewood nematode, Bursaphelenchus xylophilus (Steiner and Buhrer) Nickle (Nematoda: Aphelenchoididae) in Canada.
Insects and Diseases of the Urban Forest in the Maritimes
- L. Magasi
- Environmental ScienceArboriculture & Urban Forestry
- 1 January 1995
There are over 3500 insect species and over 400 diseases known to affect trees in the Maritimes. These add further stresses to trees already faced with existing environmental and urban challenges.…
Three decades of Dutch elm disease in Fredericton, NB.
Lophomerum, a new genus of Hypodermataceae.
Forest health monitoring in the Maritimes in 1993
Survival of Gremmeniella abietina (Scleroderris lagerbergii) in marketed Christmas trees.
The status of beech bark disease in the Maritime Provinces of Canada in 1980
Beech bark dieease first reached North America about a 100 years ago and within a few decades rendered beech an almost useless weed species in the Maritimes. A survey in 1980 to determine the current…