Field test of acephate against two Douglas-fir Chirstmas tree pests

by R. G Mitchell

Publisher: Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station in Portland, Or

Written in English
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  • Christmas trees,
  • Douglas fir -- Diseases and pests

Edition Notes

Statementby Russel G. Mitchell and John Neisess
SeriesUSDA Forest Service research note PNW ; 302
ContributionsNeisess, John, jt. auth, Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station (Portland, Or.), United States. Forest Service
The Physical Object
Pagination8 p. :
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Open LibraryOL13601619M

The Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station (CAES), established in , is the first agricultural experiment station in the United States. Condition of Douglas Fir in PBH Location Pine Brook Hills community NW of Boulder. Elevation 6, to 6,'. Background This area was examined with forest pathologist Kelly Burns in the fall of at the request of concerned homeowners. The conditions observed were thinning crowns, poor color and a 'droopy' appearance. Within fifty years after its discovery in the U.S., the fungal blight pathogen Cryphonectria parasitica had caused considerable destruction that led to the elimination of chestnut trees as major components of the forests of Northeastern America. Chestnuts once occupied 25% of our eastern hardwood forests. Restoration of this important species and the successful control of this devastating. A brown felt marker can also be used to disguise the shiny head of the nail after it is driven into the tree. — Bill Haywood Field Notes. For large old-growth trees, “bridge timber spikes” (about one foot long) can be particularly effective. These spikes cost about 70 cents each and require a stout arm to drive.

This tree is native to the Rocky Mountains and the Pacific Coast, but has traditionally been grown in Wisconsin as a landscape ornamental and as a Christmas tree. Swiss needle cast can limit the aesthetic appeal of Douglas-fir grown in landscape settings, as well as the marketability of Douglas-fir grown in Christmas tree production. Here in New York, Christmas tree growers use solid IPM practices to deal with pests — and “most insects aren’t hanging around this time of year anyway,” says Elizabeth Lamb, a Christmas tree .   The adult Monarch migrates south. East of the Mississippi, they fly as far as 4, meters to over winter in Mexico, often to the same tree location; This relationship between the milkweed plant and the monarch butterfly makes the pairing a symbiosis, where they become one entity instead of two separate organisms. Trees or large shrubs should be kept at least 30 feet away from your drain field. If you do plan to plant trees near a drain field, consult an expert to discuss your ideas and needs. Trees and shrubs generally have extensive root systems that seek out and grow into wet areas like drain fields. Grass is the ideal cover for drain fields.

Fraser fir (Abies fraseri [Pursh] Poir.) is an important Christmas tree species in the United States, and understanding its phenology is important for managing Fraser fir trees in plantations or forests. Many management decisions are informed by and dependent on shoot phenology, from late spring frost protection to shearing, and from timing pesticide sprays to managing cone production. Mr. Travis W. Franke Guadalupe County Extension Agent East Live Oak St. Seguin, TX F: Visiting the Delaware Botanic Garden in year two, one year later than my original visit, was an eye opener in the evolution of a major public garden. Even working as a landscape designer/installer, I was surprised at the great strides the difference of a year makes. Describes symptoms and effects of Swiss needle cast, a serious disease of Douglas-fir foliage in forests and in Christmas tree plantations in and near the Oregon Coast Range. Map shows disease locations. Offers management advice. EC Published January 4 pages. Forest Health Fact Sheet: Swiss Needle Cast of Douglas-fir in Oregon.

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Field test of acephate against two Douglas-fir Christmas tree pests. Portland, Or.: Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, Forest Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, [] (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors.

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The insecticide acephate (dimethyl acetyl phosphoramidothioate) was applied at, and lb A.I./gal, kg/l.) in aqueous solution to individual Douglas-fir trees. Combination of field evaluations and experimental test.

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A field experiment was conducted with 2 acres of Douglas fir trees planted in 5-feet-byfeet spacing on Haire loam soil located near Napa. We divided the field into 4 blocks and each block into 14 insecticide treatment plots (table 1) according to a randomized complete block design.

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The Coast Douglas Fir is a perennial, woody plant which means it has longevity and continues growing for many years. Because of the area that it grows in the trees are often exposed to forest fires.

Forest fires are a large part of the lives of organisms growing in the western forests of the United States, and the Coast Douglas Fir has. Douglas-fir twig weevil. Tree cutting (late fall) annosus root rot. Weed and Vertebrate pest control is on-going, and timing of controls for regulatory and sporadic pests is discussed in each pest’s description.

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The armored scales (Hemiptera: Diaspididae) elongate hemlock scale (Fiorinia externa Ferris) and Aspidiotus cryptomeriae Kuwana, have recently become key pests of Christmas tree plantations in southern New Connecticut and Rhode Island, these scales were not recognized as pests 25 yr ago (Merrill and Cameron ).However, over the past ≈10 yr, their incidence and abundance has.

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