Insects and Diseases of Trees in the South

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Anonymous. 1989. Insects and Diseases of Trees in the South. USDA Forest Service. Protrotection Report R8-PR16. 98 pp.

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This publication has been prepared to assist forest managers and home-owners in identifying pests of southern trees. The insects and diseases discussed are the more common ones attacking forest and ornamental trees. Prompt identification and treatment of these pests may mean the difference between losing or saving a valuable shade tree. Underlying all successful forest and ornamental pest control efforts, however, is the necessity to keep trees in a healthy, vigorous condition. Chemical suppression recommendations are not included in this publication. For pesticide information contact the local State or Federal extension specialist, forester, entomologist, or pathologist.

Contents

Hardwood Insects

Defoliators

Bark Beetles and Borers

Piercing and Sucking Insects

Conifer Insects

Defoliators

Bark Beetles and Borers

Meristem Feeders

Piercing and Sucking Insects

Hardwood Diseases

Foliage and Twig Diseases

Cankers

Vascular Wilts

Root and Butt Rots and Decay

Conifer Diseases

Foliage and Twig Diseases

Stem, Branch, and Cone Diseases

Root and Butt Rots and Decay

Other Diseases

Glossary

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