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Rhabdocline needle cast of Douglas-fir

Roy M. Davidson

Rhabdocline needle cast of Douglas-fir

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Published by Cooperative Extension, College of Agriculture, Washington State University in Pullman, Wash .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Rhabdocline pseudotsugae -- Control,
  • Douglas fir -- Diseases and pests

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[Roy M. Davidson, Jr. and Ralph S. Byther].
    SeriesPlant diseases, Extension bulletin -- 1306., Extension bulletin (Washington State University. Cooperative Extension) -- 1306.
    ContributionsByther, Ralph S., Washington State University. Cooperative Extension., United States. Dept. of Agriculture.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 sheet ([2] p.) :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17613476M
    OCLC/WorldCa52569160

    Rhabdocline needle cast on Douglas Fir. (Courtesy E. Hansen) Chemical spray or air pollutant injury - Spots associated with injury are relatively uniform in color and the interface between the affected and healthy area is usually sharp. The Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community. The rhabdocline needle cast of Douglas fir / View Metadata. By: Brandt, Robert William. Student's hand-book of mushrooms of America edible and poisonous. View Metadata. By. These are the Rhabdocline and Adelopus needle-cast diseases of Douglas fir; and sweetfern blister rust of Pinus contorta var. latifolia, Pinus banksiana Lamb., and other hard pines. T h e necessary variation has yet to be demonstrated for other important diseases as a preliminary step to selective breeding : James W. Hanover.


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Rhabdocline needle cast of Douglas-fir by Roy M. Davidson Download PDF EPUB FB2

Rhabdocline and Swiss Needle Casts of Douglas-fir Rhabdocline and Swiss needle cast diseases are both caused by fungal pathogens that infect only Douglas-fir.

Infected needles become discolored and die and are eventually cast prematurely from the tree. In nurseries and Christmas tree plantations, theseFile Size: KB. Rhabdocline needle cast infection occurs around bud break, when buds are opening to expose susceptible immature needles (Figure 2).

During periods of high humidity (rain shower or heavy morning dew), the mature fruiting bodies open (Figure 3). Fruiting bodies are only found on the previous year’s needles and open on the underside of the needle. Rhadocline needle cast is caused by the fungus Rhabdocline weirii.

Hosts. Rhabdocline needlecast affects only Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii).Symptoms & Disease Cycle. This disease is found throughout North America and outbreaks can occur in.

Forest Disease Management Notes Rhabdocline Needle Cast Rhabdocline needle cast of Douglas-fir is caused by the fungus Rhabdocline pseudotsugae.

This disease is occasion-ally common, but seldom damaging in Douglas-fir stands unless the trees are off-site. Host: Douglas-fir. Recognition: Yellow and purple blotches appear on infected.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Brandt, Robert William. Rhabdocline needle cast of Douglas fir. Syracuse: State University College of Forestry,   Rhabdocline Needle Cast Douglas Fir. Asked May 1,AM EDT. Hello, I am located in Mount Airy, MD and have 35 Douglas Fir trees that need help.

Some are in good shape, but many appear to have Rhabdocline Needle Cast disease. A few have lost several lower branches and most have significant loss of needles. RHABDOCLINE NEEDLECAST (Rhabdocline weirii).

Rhabdocline needlecast is a fungus that affects only Douglas-fir, causing infected needles to become discolored and die and eventually be cast from the tree, often making it unsalable as a Christmas tree. Begin scouting for this disease in early April before budbreak. Scout on slightly overcast days as opposed to sunny ones, as it will make the.

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The Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community. Book Title. The rhabdocline needle cast of Douglas fir / By.

Brandt, Robert William. In the case of most needlecasts, the fungicide is applied as new needles are emerging. See other fact sheets on pine, Douglas-fir, and spruce diseases for details on controlling needlecasts on those trees.

Rhabdocline needlecast symptoms on Douglas-fir. Swiss needlecast on Douglas-fir needle. Rhizosphaeria needlecast on spruce. Control of the Rhabdocline needle cast with Ferbam in New York plantations varied from poor to very good. Infection on the lammas branch needles was controlled in all cases.

At Camden, of 10 trees sprayed with Ferbam in2 showed complete control of R. pseudotsugae on spring needles, and on 7 other trees control was good except for the.

Following a historical introduction of R. pseudotsugae on Pseudotsuga menziesii [cf. 32, ] and a summary of information on the host, pathogen, and disease, the main part of this publ. is devoted to a study of needle cast in N.Y. State where the [] disease 1st appears in Sept.-Dec., depending on the weather; infected needles are cast throughout the by: 5.

Douglas-fir and Bigcone Douglas-fir (P. macrocarpa (Vasey) Mayr.) are the only known hosts of these pathogens. Although not common on coastal types of Douglas-fir in the PNW, Rhabdocline needle cast can cause extensive damage to susceptible trees (18). In western Washington, needle infection takes place during shoot elongation (5).

Douglas-fir. Distribution. Rhabdocline needle cast occurs throughout the range of the host in Idaho and Montana. Swiss needle cast also may be widely distributed. It is common in northwestern Montana and northern Idaho.

Damage. Infected needles are killed and shed. Growth loss probably results when trees are severely infected. A study of R. pseudotsugae needle-cast in central New York, with a general account of the biology of the pathogen, histopathological studies of the anatomy of healthy and diseased needles, and an investigation of the role of Lammas shoots in relation to the disease.

KEYWORDS: plant diseases \ trees \ foliage \ plant diseases \ fungal diseases \ Lammas shoots relation \ needle cast \ protectionCited by: 5. The fungus is associated, possibly as a hyperparasite, with Rhabdocline pseudotsugae, the causal agent of Rhabdocline needle-cast of Douglas fir.

The presence of D. rhabdoclinis interferes with. Rhabdocline Needle Cast Rhabdocline spp. PDF file. Host: Douglas-fir. Symptoms/signs: Tiny chlorotic spots on one or both surfaces of first year and occasionally older needles arise in late summer or early autumn.

These lesions enlarge and darken to purplish brown spots and bands that are conspicuous by late autumn to early spring.

Douglas fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii) is one of the most important non-indigenous tree species in Germany. The species is characterized by a wide amplitude of growing conditions, and is of increasing interest, in particular from the perspective of climate change.

Douglas fir is nevertheless particularly susceptible to fungal pathogens, such as Rhabdocline by: 8. Rhabdocline Needle Cast MANAGEMENT CALENDAR CHRISTMAS TREE DISEASES Rhabdocline Needle Cast Rhabdocline weirii A.

Parker and J. Reid Rhabdocline pseudotsugae Syd. Host: Douglas-fir Before bud break: • Reddish-brown spots on upper surface of current-year needles; distinct border between diseased area and healthy,green tissue • Swollen File Size: 3MB.

Needle Disease. Rhabdocline pseudotsugae - on Douglas-fir. Apothecia on needles as they appear when dry. Another slightly higher magnification of apothecia when dry.

Apothecia swell up when wet and asci will release ascospores. _____ Phaeocryptopus gaeumannii - Swiss Needle Cast on Douglas-fir. Douglas-fir with Swiss needle cast.

Rhabdocline needle cast—investigations on various Douglas fir tissue types Article in European Journal of Plant Pathology (3) November with 79 Reads How we measure 'reads'. Two diseases, Rhabdocline needle cast caused by Rhabdocline pseudotsugae Sydow, and Swiss needle cast caused by Phaeocryptopus gaeumannii (Rohde) Petr., recently became a severe threat to Central European Douglas fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii (Mirb.) Franco) stands.

Both pathogens infect assimilative organs causing needle chloritization and drop : Michal Samek, Petr Novotný, Roman Modlinger, Martin Fulín, František Beran, Amit Roy, Vítězslava Peš.

Rhabdocline needlecast caused by Rhabdocline pseudotsugae is the primary disease limiting Douglas-fir Christmas tree production in the northeastern United States. Azoxystrobin (Quadris) was recently registered for control of needlecasts on conifers, but little is known about its efficacy.

Q&A related to Rhabdocline Needlecast. Can I spray Daconil after the needles of my fir tree have seriously dropped. What is the best product to use on conifer trees for needle cast. Will this work for Rhizosphaera needlecast. If so, how much product in gallons of water.

Will Junction Fungicide/Bactericide for Rhizosphaera needlecast. If so. Morgenstern K, Döring M, Krabel D. Rhabdocline needle cast — most recent findings of the occurrence of Rhabdocline pseudotsugae in Douglas-fir seeds.

Botany 92 Cited by: 1. Rhabdocline needle cast Rhabdocline pseudotsugae. Rhabdocline weirii. Rhizina root disease Rhizina undulata: Rose fomes rot Fomitopsis cajanderi: Rust-red stringy white rot Echinodontium tinctorium: Sclerophoma dieback Sydowia polyspora.

Sclerophoma pythiophila [anamorph] = Sclerophoma semenospora [anamorph] Snow blight Phacidium abietis: Snow. The rhabdocline needle cast of Douglas fir / (Syracuse: State University College of Forestry, ), by Robert William Brandt (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Fertilizing natural stand Douglas-fir Christmas trees / (Pullman, Wash.: Cooperative Extension Service, College of Agriculture, Washington State University, []), by.

The green Douglas fir is a fairly important forest species, which grows well on suitable sites. The blue Douglas fir is grown in some large parks and gardens, but is not extensively planted because of its slower growth and susceptibility to the needle-cast fungus Rhabdocline : D H Phillips, D A Burdekin.

Douglas-fir needle blight is caused by a number of species and subspecies of the genus Rhabdocline. The most common in British Columbia is R.

pseudotsugae described here, and R. weirii (Parker & Reid). The symptoms caused by these organisms are similar.

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Rhabdocline needle cast Rhabdocline pseudotsugae Syd. Rhabdocline weirii A.K. Parker & J. Reid Rhizina root disease Rhizina undulata Fr.:Fr. Rose fomes rot Fomitopsis cajanderi (P. Karst.) Kotlaba & Pouzar Rust-red stringy white rot Echinodontium tinctorium (Ellis & Everh.) Ellis & Everh.

Sclerophoma dieback Sydowia polyspora (Bref. & Tav.) E. Need title of book Logos or names of groups involved • Rhabdocline Needle Cast • Swiss Needle Cast • Interior Needle Blight • Pucciniastrum Needle rust • Douglas-fir Needle midge • Spruce spider mite • Eriophyid mite CHRISTMAS TREE DAMAGE • Freeze Damage.

Forest Disease Management Notes: Elytroderma Needle Blight; Forest Disease Management Notes: Laminated Root Rot; Forest Disease Management Notes: Needle Cast of Larch; Forest Disease Management Notes: Rhabdocline Needle Cast; Forest Health: Insecticides; Gypsy moth; Ips Beetle; Larch Casebearer; MCH for Douglas-fir beetle; Mountain Pine Beetle.

Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Bob Brandt books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. Field Guide to Insects and Diseases of Arizona and New Mexico Forests USDA Forest Service Southwestern Region Broadway Blvd., SE Albuquerque, NM cline epiphylla and Rhabdocline weirii are fungi which induce Rhabdocline needlecast, one of the most economically important dis-eases of Douglas-fir (Catal et al.

), be-cause it can cause substantial losses in Chri-stmas tree plantations (Chastagner ). In the pathogen of Rhabdocline needle-cast was first described for Germany by by: 8.

Rhabdocline needle cast disease is affecting the Douglas-fir seed orchard trees. These urgent problems require alternate strategies to preserve and propagate the tree cultivars developed over many years of breeding.

In response, we pursued a micropropagation system for multiplication of the Douglas-fir seed orchard trees as shoots in tissue.

Introduction It has been well described by Stone (), Carroll & Carroll (), McCutcheon et al. and Sieber that for Douglas-fir Rhabdocline parkeri (order Heliotiales,) is the dominant needle endophyte with strict host fungus infects single epidermal cells, which die due to the infection.

The microorganism persists in the needle as a multicellular thallus without any further by: 8. Rhabdocline needle cast—investigations on various Douglas fir tissue types Kristin Morgenstern, Matthias Döring & Doris Krabel European Journal of Plant Pathology ()Cited by: diameter Douglas-fir.

Galleries are short, longitudinal and often with two branches. Figure Frass (boring dust) in bark crevices, spider webs, or at base of Douglas-fir indicates successful attack by Douglas-fir Size: 13MB. Distribution: Found in many areas that contain Douglas Fir.

General Information: Douglas-fir needle blight is caused by a number of species and subspecies of the genus Rhabdocline.

The most common in B.C. is R. pseudotsugae described here, and R. weirii (Parker & Reid).Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Bill Brandt books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles.Hardcover print copies (black & white with a color cover) are available for a limited time at $45 each (including shipping) in the U.S., and $65 each (including shipping) internationally.

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