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Publication Dutch Elm Disease in North Dakota: A New Look
Dutch elm disease (DED) has been spreading across North America since the 1920s. It first was reported in North Dakota in Mandan in 1969, and it reached eastern North Dakota by 1973. DED has been confirmed in every North Dakota county.
Located in Lawns, Gardens & Trees
Publication Octet Stream Diagnosing Spruce Disorders in North Dakota
Over a dozen disorders of spruce trees are presented. Disorders include insects, diseases, human-caused problems, environmental disorders and others. Color photos are included.
Located in Lawns, Gardens & Trees
Publication Octet Stream Home Lawn Problems and Solutions for North Dakota
This publication will assist the homeowner in identifying problems involving common weeds, diseases and insects that affect turfgrass. Practical advise is offered to help homeowners remedy the problems.
Located in Lawns, Gardens & Trees
Publication ECMAScript program Tree Diagnostic Series
This series of 23 cards will help Extension agents and Master Gardeners diagnose the most common tree disease and abiotic disorders in North Dakota. The cards contain diagnostic photos, host range, symptoms and signs, and management tips.
Located in Lawns, Gardens & Trees
Publication ECMAScript program Managing Apple Scab in North Dakota Crabapples
This publication will help identify and manage apple scab in home landscapes.
Located in Crops
Publication Octet Stream The Old and the New: Two Needle Diseases of Spruce in North Dakota
Spruce is commonly planted in urban and rural landscapes in North Dakota and frequently suffers from needle loss. Premature needle loss of spruce is the result of a variety of causes: improper planting, environmental stress, insect pests and disease.
Located in Lawns, Gardens & Trees
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