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Field Manual for Managing Eastern White Pine Health in New EnglandAuthor(s): William H. Livingston; Isabel Munck; Kyle Lombard; Jennifer Weimer; Aaron Bergdahl; Laura S. Kenefic; Barbara Schultz; Robert S. Seymour
Source: University of Maine, Maine Agricultural and Forest Experiment Station, Orono, ME. Miscellaneous Publication 764. 20 p.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous
Station: Northern Research Station
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DescriptionThis manual provides basic information for identifying and evaluating important health problems of eastern white pine in New England. The health problems include: White pine weevil, White pine blister rust, Caliciopsis canker, White pine bast scale, White pine needle damage, Red rot or Red-ring rot. In addition to providing descriptions of symptoms, signs, and risk factors, recommendations for white pine silviculture are described for managing stands for low densities and crop trees.
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CitationLivingston, William H.; Munck, Isabel; Lombard, Kyle; Weimer, Jennifer; Bergdahl, Aaron; Kenefic, Laura S.; Schultz, Barbara; Seymour, Robert S. 2019. Field Manual for Managing Eastern White Pine Health in New England. University of Maine, Maine Agricultural and Forest Experiment Station, Orono, ME. Miscellaneous Publication 764. 20 p.
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