Plant Disease Identification and Control

Information on plant disease identification and control, including rot, freeze damage, rust, blight, mold, scales, bacteria, viruses, fungus, wilt, mildew, gall, mites, moths and cankers. Tips on integrated pest management and herbicide summaries.

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Woody Ornamental Insect, Mite, and Disease Management
Woody Ornamental Insect, Mite, and Disease Management - Guides and Publications Guides and Publications

Woody Ornamental Insect, Mite, and Disease Management

Sharon I Gripp, Gregory Hoover, Gary W. Moorman, Ph.D.

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$15.00
Manage insect, mite, and disease pests in your woody ornamentals and shade trees. More
Scolia dubia on goldenrod / David Hill / platycryptus on flickr.com/CC BY 4.0
Blue winged wasp, Scolia dubia—is a real asset! - Articles Articles
Have you seen this wasp flying over the landscape about 12” above the ground, circling in a mass of its fellow wasps? More
Cercospora spp., Cercospora fungi Photo: Yonghao Li, The Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station, Bugwood.org
Leaf Spotting Fungi - Articles Articles

Leaf Spotting Fungi

Sinclair Adam

Leaf spotting fungi comprise a wide range of plant disease pathogens that do injury to many host plants. More
Pest Management Methods
Pest Management Methods - Articles Articles

Pest Management Methods

Emelie Swackhamer, J. Robert Nuss, Larry Kuhns, Gregory Hoover

IPM (integrated pest management) primarily consists of methods used to prevent plant problems from occurring in the first place. More
Monitor Pests and Keep Records
Monitor Pests and Keep Records - Articles Articles

Monitor Pests and Keep Records

Emelie Swackhamer, J. Robert Nuss, Larry Kuhns, Gregory Hoover

Inspecting your plants on a regular basis is essential to identifying and evaluating plant problems in their early stages. More
Using Nature's Signals to Manage Landscape Pests
Using Nature's Signals to Manage Landscape Pests - Articles Articles

Using Nature's Signals to Manage Landscape Pests

Emelie Swackhamer, Gregory Hoover

The best way to make an effective pesticide application is to observe pest development at the site through regular monitoring. More