2 edition of Diseases of shade and ornamental maples found in the catalog.
Diseases of shade and ornamental maples
by Agricultural Research Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture in Washington, D.C
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||[by Curtis May].|
|Series||Agriculture handbook / United States Department of Agriculture -- no. 211, Agriculture handbook (United States. Dept. of Agriculture) -- no. 211.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||22 p. :|
|Number of Pages||22|
Maples (Acer species) are deciduous trees (sometimes shrubs) often grown for the shade they produce and their exceptional autumn may be narrow and columnar, wide spreading and round-headed or low and mounded. Red maple (Acer rubrum), Japanese maple (A. palmatum), southern sugar maple (A. barbatum) and chalkbark maple (A. leucoderme) are adapted . disease resistant shade trees Asked June 9, , PM EDT Years ago we had to remove a maple tree from our front yard due to some kind of fungal (uncertain if in air and/or soil) disease which caused leaves to look mildewy and curl and die.
Japanese Maple Care and Pruning. Japanese maples are deciduous trees that are used as ornamental shade specimens. Plants that are in light shade and protected from severe winds will need little supplemental care once established. Japanese maple care and pruning needs are minimal, which makes the tree an excellent choice for most garden needs. Silver maple (Acer saccharinum) is a popular fast growing shade tree but is susceptible to iron chlorosis when planted on alkaline or iron poor soils [Dirr, ]. Other fast-growing trees used in new landscapes include Alnus spp., Catalpa spp., Paulownia tomentosa, Populus spp., Robinia pseudoacacia, Salix spp., Sapium sebiferum and Ulmus.
Diseases of forest and shade trees, ornamental and miscellaneous plants in tne United States in Sugar maple (Acer saccharum) and black maple Among the numerous records of diseases occurring on ornamental and miscellaneous plants may be mentioned the wilts of China aster Cited by: 6. For healthy, durable, long-lived Japanese maples, experts advise moderation in all maintenance. As Matt Nichols of says, “The number one thing people do wrong with Japanese maples is they over-love them.” So every time you get the urge to bestow copious attention on your maples, consider these maple mantras.
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Diseases of Shade and Ornamental Maples: Agriculture Handbook No. [Agricultural Research Service] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Agricultural Research Service. Part I of the book presents the infectious pathogens and the diseases they cause.
These include bacteria, mycoplasmas, nematodes, seed plants, and viruses. The nature of the fungi is also presented, with separate chapters for leaf, root, rust, stem, and wilt diseases caused by Edition: 1. Description This revised edition maintains the clear, nontechnical format of the first, and covers the infectious diseases of shade trees, the major pathogens that cause them, and noninfectious diseases and their agents.
Special topics include nonpathogenic conditions, disease diagnosis, and tree injection Pages: Numerous fungal leaf spot diseases affect trees and a few bacterial leaf spot diseases: Scab is a disease of crabapple.
Olive-brown spots de-velop on the leaves and fruit of susceptible crabapple culti-vars. Scab may cause severe defoliation and loss of vigor.
Tar spot is a File Size: KB. A common disease of flowering maple trees is a virus called abutilon mosaic. Caused by the pathogen Abutilon mosaic bigeminivirus, this disease. DISEASES OF SHADE AND ORNAMENTAL TREES.
By B. GALLOWAY and ALBERT F. WOODS, Chief and Assistant Chiefs Division of. Vegetable Phys^iology and Pathology, U» S, Department of Agriculture. GENERAL REMARKS. Speaking: generally, the diseases of trees may be divided into two classes: (1) Those in which conditions of soil and climate are the con.
Leaf spots are the most common diseases of shade and ornamental trees. Most of these diseases are favored by cool weather, light and frequent rains, fog or heavy de ws, high humidity, and cr owded or shady plantings.
A few spots on the leaves do little harm to File Size: KB. Figure 1. Phyllosticta Leaf Spot on silver maple. Note symptoms as described in Table 1 (courtesy Donald G. White, U of IL). FUNGAL LEAF SPOT DISEASES OF SHADE AND ORNAMENTAL TREES IN THE MIDWEST All shade trees are attacked by one or more fungi that cause scattered, rather definite, round to oval, angular, or irregularly shaped spots on the leavesFile Size: KB.
Verticillium Wilt on Maple Trees. This is a much more serious disease that affects all kinds of maples, but Sugar Maple and Silver Maple are the ones most commonly affected. It can also affect Japanese Maple. This disease is another fungus that enters through the roots and blocks the water passages inside the tree/5(K).
12 rows Disease Symptoms Pathogen/Cause Management; Anthracnose: Norway maple: narrrow. Leaf spot is a common descriptive term applied to a number of diseases affecting the foliage of ornamentals and shade trees. The majority of leaf spots are caused by fungi, but some are caused by bacteria.
Some insects also cause damage that appears like a leaf spot disease. Leaf spots on trees are very common and generally do not require spraying.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: May, Curtis, Diseases of shade and ornamental maples. Washington, D.C.: Agricultural Research Service, U.S. Dept. Discusses diagnosis and treatment of diseases and organisms afflicting nearly genera of ornamental plants grown outdoors, under glass, or in the home.
Explains when and how to use the most effective fungicides, insecticides, and other control materials and by: Of course, these trees are susceptible to other problems as well. Other maple tree diseases and pests include: Root rot; Gall mites; Cankerworms; Aphids; Cottony scale; Petiole borers; Leafhoppers; Boxelder bugs; Many of these insect and disease conditions can weaken the tree and lead to tree death if.
Additional Physical Format: Print version: May, Curtis, Diseases of shade and ornamental maples (OCoLC) Online version: May, Curtis, Full text of "Diseases of forest and shade trees, ornamental and miscellaneous plants in the United States in " See other formats.
Phytophthora root rot is a fungal disease occurring in excessively wet soils that can affect ornamental dogwoods, maples, firs, spruces, pines and Leyland cypress. Identify bull’s eye leaf spot on your ornamental trees by inspecting the leaves for ringed, target-shaped spots. Forest pathology is the study of tree this web site, we cover major diseases of trees, considering their causes (etiology), factors that affect their spread and intensification (epidemiology), ecological and economic impacts, and pathology is an awesome field because it allows you to get into everything from molecular biology to climate change, including mycology.
Diseases of Woody Ornamentals and Trees in Nurseries covers diagnosis and control of more than 65 ornamental crops (shrubs, ground covers and shade trees) grown in nurseries throughout the United States. A summary of timely control measures is given for each disease in this book.
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Paperbark Maple (Acer griseum) ' Exfoliating orange. Culture, diseases, injuries, and pests of Maples in shade ornamental planting. PublicationCooperative Extension Service, College of Agricul-ture, University of Massachusetts. Mulligan, B. O. Maples cultivated in the United States and Canada.
The American Association of Botanical Gardens and Arboreta. Murray, E. File Size: 1MB.A Japanese maple is a glorious specimen tree.
Its red, lacy leaves are a welcome addition to any garden, but they aren’t problem free. There are a few Japanese maple diseases and several insect problems with Japanese maples that you should be aware of to give your tree the care it needs.
The flowering maple (Abutilon spp.) produces large ornamental leaves and attractive, bell-shaped flowers that bloom in summer. Despite its name, the tender shrub is not a maple.