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Cankers on western quaking aspen

Johnson, David W.

Cankers on western quaking aspen

by Johnson, David W.

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service in [Washington, D.C.?] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Populus tremuloides -- Diseases and pests -- West (U.S.),
  • Aspen -- Diseases and pests -- West (U.S.),
  • Canker (Plant disease) -- West (U.S.)

  • Edition Notes

    StatementDavid W. Johnson, Jerome S. Beatty, and Thomas E. Hinds.
    SeriesForest insect & disease leaflet -- 152.
    ContributionsBeatty, Jerome S., Hinds, Thomas E., United States. Forest Service.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination8 p. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15408151M

    () Black Canker of Aspen. Species: Ceratocystis fimbriata; Host: Quaking aspen. Range: Range of aspen in the western states. Injury: Canker first appears as a circular, necrotic area on the trunk around a wound or branch stub. Description: Small cankers are oval or elliptical. Older cankers have a central area of dead wood surrounded by a. Figure 3—Bigtooth aspen bark. vary. Bigtooth aspen bark (fig. 3) is brownish or yellowish green, whereas quaking aspen bark varies from chalky white to green or olive green. In the Western States, however, the bark sometimes may be yellow brown. The lower trunk of bigtooth aspen usually becomes furrowed with old age. Quak-ing aspen can vary.

    • Sooty-bark canker and aspen trunk rot (not Cytospora canker) tends to attack older trees, so managing aspen in rotations of less than years would reduce losses from those diseases. Solid hardwood panels, solid wood panels wood components mouldings doors windows houses solid wood type: european hardwood species: common black alder aspen white poplar type: interior wall panelling quantity: 1 - m3 per month thickness: 12; 15; 21; 22; 28; 50 mm width: 40; 50; Black poplar populus nigra european aspen populus tremula the rays of white poplar populus alba are more.

      Attacks hardwoods - Quaking aspen (Populus tremuloides Michx.) is one of the most well-known and widespread tree species in the western United States. Several wound-invading fungi cause the majority of damage to aspen. The taxonomy of some of these organisms has changed in recent years and several scientific and common names are in use.   Quaking aspen have attractive foliage, especially when breezes blow. And a marvelous sound. Populus tremuloides, quaking aspen is also known as a member of the poplar family. Aspen are either male or female, and groves are usually one gender or the other and not mixed.


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0 Reviews. Preview this book» What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't. Quaking aspen is an aggressive pioneer species that frequently colonizes burned sites, making it an important component of many western ecosystems. Long appreciated for its esthetic and shade tree value and its importance for wildlife, aspen is also capable of excellent growth and high yields and thus is an important commercial timber : David W.

Johnson, Jerome S. Beatty, Thomas E. Hinds. Get this from a library. Cankers on western quaking aspen. [David W Johnson; Jerome S Beatty; Thomas E Hinds; United States. Forest Service.]. Over much of its western range, quaking aspen is a small to medium-sized, fast-growing, and generally short-lived tree.

The species reaches its most splendid development in the Rocky Mountains of southern Colorado and northern New Mexico, where some individual trees can attain diameters of up to.9 m (3 ft) and a height of m ( ft), and. Cankers on western quaking Cankers on western quaking aspen book.

By David W. Johnson, Jerome S. Beatty and Thomas E. Hinds. Topics: populus tremuloides, cankers, life cycle, plant disease control, Forest Sciences.

Publisher: Hosted by Utah State University. By David W. Johnson, Jerome S. Beatty, and Thomas E. Hinds, Published on 01/01/   The quaking aspen tree (Populus tremuloides), also known as the trembling aspen, grows in most of North America. Quaking aspen trees grow up to 60 feet tall and 30 feet wide.

The wood from the aspen is used mostly to make paper products. During the winter, deer eat the bark for food and birds eat the buds. Aspen: Ecology and Management in the Western United States Volume of General technical report RM: Contributor: Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station (Fort Collins, Colo.).

Publisher: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Original from. Unwanted aspen sprouts that appear in the lawn may be mowed. DO NOT spray the sprouts, as they are connected to the mother tree. Avoid wounding the main trunk with movers or weed wackers.

Trim out cankers that are less than half the circumference of the aspen. Clean up heavy scale-insect infestations. What’s Ailing Your Aspen. Poster ( KB PDF). commonly found On quaking aspen throughout the western United States.

Inoculations confirm that C. fimbriata is a causal agent and that C tremulo-aurea is Additional key words: canker epidemiology, Nectria galligena, Quaking aspen (Populus tremuloides Michx.) stands are extensive in the central Rocky Mountains.

In this region, aspen is plagued. Sapling-sized quaking aspen (Populits tremuloides) in five natural clones were inoculated with mass and single ascospore cultures of Hypoxylon isolates varied in ability to produce cankers.

'Conidial-type' isolates generally produced few cankers, while 'mycelial-type' isolates produced cankers on % of inoculated branches. According to Discover Magazine, the quaking aspen tree is the largest organism on the planet.

That's because aspen groves share the same root system, which means a single tree is actually small part of a larger living organism. But despite the potential for immense size, an aspen.

Quaking aspen is also called trembling aspen, golden aspen and white poplar. According to the Unites States Department of Agriculture, quaking aspen is the most widely distributed tree on the continent, its growth range extending from Alaska to eastern Canada and south to Mexico.

Quaking aspen plantlets have been produced by tissue culture (81). Sapling and Pole Stages to Maturity. Growth and Yield- Quaking aspen is a small- to medium-sized, fast-growing, and short-lived tree. Under the best of conditions, however, it may attain. If so, it should be replaced with a tree that is less susceptible to canker problems.

Aspen, willow, and poplar are among the very worst trees when it comes to cankers. Perennial Canker; Canker Diseases of Trees; Bacterial Canker; Citrus Canker FAQ; Cankers on Western Quaking Aspen; How to Cure Canker Fungus on an Apple Tree; Bacterial Canker. Quaking aspen do have attractive foliage, especially when breezes blow.

And a marvelous sound. such as Cytospora or other cankers which attack the trunk, are common, as are diseases of the foliage such as rusts, or leaf spots. Of the many insects that attack urban plantings of aspen, oystershell scale, aphids and aspen twiggall fly are most.

Wood of quaking aspen is important as a source of fiber; tongue depressors and popsicle sticks are often made of quaking aspen wood. Issues: Quaking aspen are susceptible to several problems including leaf spot, rust, dieback, powdery mildew, forest tent caterpillars, and cankers.

Hypoxylon canker is especially damaging in the Twin Cities. Because some aspen clones are highly susceptible to foliage diseases, cuttings or root sprouts to be used for propagation should be taken from the less susceptible or apparently immune clones.

Black leaf spot.-This disease, caused by Marssonina populi (Lib.) Magn., is the most common leaf disease of quaking aspen in the West. Quaking Aspen is the most widely distributed tree species in North America, ranging from Alaska to Colorado, and east across Canada to New England.

The range of Quaking Aspen is restricted to areas where annual precipitation exceeds evapotranspiration. In layman’s terms, this means they grow best where there is a surplus of soil moisture.

In their habitat, quaking aspen forms clones connected by a common parent root system. Since trees are typically dieocious (i.e., male and female flowers on separate plants), a given clone may be either male or female. However, some clones produce both male and female flowers.

"Quaking Aspen’s Current and Future Status in Western North America: The Role of Succession, Climate, Biotic Agents, and Its Clonal Nature." Progress in Botany.

71 (): Weisberg, Peter J. and Michael B. Coughenour. "Model-Based Assessment of Aspen Responses to Elk Herbivory in Rocky Mountain National Park, USA." Environmental.Hypoxylon canker of shade trees has three primary species, through which the pathogen can infect a variety of hardwood shade lon atropunctatum is most commonly found on oak, Hypoxylon mammatum is a significant pathogen on aspen trees, and Hypoxylon tinctor infects sycamore trees (2,3,16).

In order to tell if the pathogen is affecting the tree, the bark must be closely examined, but.We analyzed a series of increment cores collected from adult dominant or co-dominant quaking aspen (Populus tremuloides Michx.) trees from national forests across Colorado and southern Wyoming in and Half of the cores were collected from trees in stands with a high amount of crown dieback, and half were from lightly damaged stands.