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|Ambrosia Beetles and Bark-Colonizing Weevils Carry Thousand Cankers Disease Fungus|
Thousand cankers disease (TCD) is a threat to the health of eastern black walnut, a highly valued species for timber and nut production in the e ...
|DNA-based Method Enhances Detection of the Oak Wilt Fungus|
Oak wilt is a major cause of tree death in the eastern United States. Symptoms are slower to develop in white oaks species than red oaks and oak ...
|Eastern Black Walnut Trees Plagued by More Than Thousand Cankers Disease|
Thousand cankers disease, caused by the interaction of the walnut twig beetle and the fungus Geosmithia morbida, has been detected in four easte ...
|New tool detects oak wilt fungus faster and more accurately|
Oak wilt is one of several significant diseases threatening the health of oak trees in the U.S. and is a potential threat worldwide. Accurate an ...
|Thousand-Cankers Disease Fungus Found in Indiana|
Thousand-cankers disease (TCD) is caused by the canker-causing fungus Geosmithia morbida when carried by the walnut twig beetle. In an Indiana-w ...
|Vacuum Steam Heat: A New Method to Kill Oak Wilt Fungus in Logs|
International export of oak logs from the United States requires fumigation of the logs with methyl bromide. However, methyl bromide causes seve ...
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