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Efficacy of Alamo for prophylactic and therapeutic treatment of oak wilt in red oaks, 2004Author(s): K. Ward; J. Juzwik; S. Bernick
Source: Fungicide and Nematicide Tests. 60: OT018.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Northern Research Station
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DescriptionAn experiment (prophylactic study) to determine the efficacy of Alamo in preventing spread of C. fagacearum through grafted roots of oak wilt-affected and of apparently healthy red oaks was initiated in eight locations in east-central and southeastern Minnesota in Jul 2002.
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CitationWard, K.; Juzwik, J.; Bernick, S. 2004. Efficacy of Alamo for prophylactic and therapeutic treatment of oak wilt in red oaks, 2004. Fungicide and Nematicide Tests. 60: OT018.
Keywordsred oak, northern red oak, northern pin oak
- Regeneration of upper-elevation red oak in the White Mountains of New Hampshire
- Flight periodicities, phoresy rates, and levels of Pseudopityophthorus minutissimus branch colonization in oak wilt centers
- Accelerating the kiln drying of oak
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