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Pest Alert Oak Tatters NA-PR-02-00

Oak tatters is a relatively new condition that affectsemerging oak leaves, causing them to appear lacy ortattered. It has been observed throughout theMidwestern United States, including Minnesota,Michigan, Wisconsin, Iowa, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio,and Missouri. This disorder was first reported duringthe 1980's in Iowa, Indiana and Ohio, but has beenobserved only in the last 10 years in Wisconsin andMinnesota.

PDF Download: Year of Publication:
2000
ID: 
NA-PR-02-00
Author: 
Linda Haugen, USDA FS; Phil Marshall, Indiana DNR; Jane Cummings Carlson, Wisconsin DNR; Mark Vitosh, Iowa State Univ. Extension; andEd Hayes, Minnesota DNR.
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Topic:
Insects and Diseases
Pest Alert Oak Tatters NA-PR-02-00
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