Controlling: Ceratocystis canker of stone fruit trees
AuthorsJ. E. Devay
F. L. Lukezic
W. H. English
W. J. Moller
B. W. Parkinson
Authors AffiliationsJ. E. DeVay is Professors of Plant Pathology, University of California, Davis; F. L. Lukezic, formerly a graduate student at University of California, Davis, is now Assistant Professor of Plant Pathology, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pa; W. H. English is Professors of Plant Pathology, University of California, Davis; W. J. Moller, Visiting Horticulturist, Department of Agriculture, Adelaide, Australia, is now doing graduate work at University of California, Davis; B. W. Parkinson, formerly a graduate student at University of California, Davis, is now a pathologist with the Strawberry Institute of California, Morgan Hill, California.
Hilgardia 19(10):2-4. DOI:10.3733/ca.v019n10p2. October 1965.
AbstractCeratocystis canker disease in stone fruit orchards can be prevented or controlled by wise use of mechanical harvesting equipment and by canker surgery. A new mercurial wound dressing developed by University of California researchers has been registered by the USDA for use on bark wounds of almond and prune trees. Recent discoveries concerning the associations between various insects and the fungus, Ceratocystis fimbriata, have helped to explain not only the rapid spread of this disease in orchards, but also the role of soil moisture in its development.
Devay J, Lukezic F, English W, Moller W, Parkinson B. 1965. Controlling: Ceratocystis canker of stone fruit trees. Hilgardia 19(10):2-4. DOI:10.3733/ca.v019n10p2
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