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PESTS AND DISEASES OF FORESTRY IN NEW ZEALAND

Cypress canker, Seiridium unicorne and S. cardinale

  • Cypress canker
    Forest Pathology in New Zealand No. 8 Based on H. van der Werff (1984) Revised by IA Hood (2007) Causal organisms Seiridium cupressi (Guba) Boesewinkel (Lepteutypa cupressi (Nattrass, C. Booth, &…
  • Cypress canker - nursery disease
    From Forest Pathology in New Zealand No. 16. Nursery diseases. Based on Margaret Dick and AL Vanner  (1986), Revised by MA Dick (2008). Causal organisms:  Seiridium cupressi (Guba) Boesewinkel (Lepteutypa cupressi…

  • Pruning and cypress canker
    From Forest Health News 203, March 2010. Cypress canker disease is one of the main reasons why cypresses, especially the popular but susceptible Cupressus macrocarpa, are not planted more widely…
  • Inoculation Studies with the Cypress Canker Fungus Seiridium unicorne
    Date: April, 2002 Author: I. A. Hood and J. F. Gardner FHRC Project reference: 2000-03 Executive summary: Glasshouse studies were undertaken to investigate the feasibility of developing a protocol for…
  • Cypress canker screening programme - sample request
    From Forest Health News 112, October 2001. Forest Health is teaming up with the New Plantation Species Group, Forest Research, in an attempt to find and make available cypress material that is…
  • Cypress canker on Cypresses
    From Forest Health News 87, July 1999. With the proliferation of small cypress woodlots around the country, and expressions of concern about cypress canker disease, there is a need to…
  • Cypress canker on Redwood
    From Forest Health News 87, July 1999. A specimen of redwood, Sequoia sempervirens, collected from Amberley by Paul Bradbury, Forest Research Forest Health Adviser, was found to be infected with Seiridium…
  • Cypress canker wound inoculation trial
    From Forest Health News No. 42, May 1995. Early results (9 weeks after inoculation) from a wound inoculation trial on macrocarpa, lusitanica, and leylands have indicated that there may be…

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