2009 Plant Health Care Reports
Bagworms, Gypsy moth egg masses, European pine sawfly eggs, Pine Bark adelgid, Hemlock needleminer, Witches' broom of hackberry, Dothistroma needle blight, Oak wilt advisory, Vole, Rabbit, Deer, Winter and Salt Damage.
Hemlock rust mite, Woolly alder aphid, Larch casebearer, Spiny rose gall, Lophodermium, Rhizosphaera, Volutella stem and leaf blight, Cytospora canker of spruce, Black knot.
Featured article: "The Disease Triangle: An Essential Tool", by Trica Barron, Plant Health Care Technician
Caterpillar and sawfly larvae, Eastern tent caterpillar, European pine sawfly, Arborvitae leafminer, Oysershell scale, Apple scab, Cryptodiaporthe canker (golden canker), Seasonal needle drop, Dandelion, White clover.
Featured article: "Weeds!", by Trica Barron, Plant Health Care Technician
Gypsy moth, European Elm Flea Weevil, Juniper Webworm, Spruce Needleminer, Cedar rust, Tulip fire, Shephed's purse, Henbit.
Elm Bark Beetle, Euonymus Webworm, Ash Plant Bug, Spruce Spider Mite, Spiny Witch Hazel Gall Aphid, Alder Leafminer, Erineum gall on Linden, Spittle bug, Ash Anthracnose, Squirrel Damage, Corn Speedwell, Wild Violet.
Aphids, Honey Locust Plant Bug, Azalea sawfly, Cankerworm, Euonymus Scale, Pine Needle Scale, Slugs, Columbine Leaf miner, Oak Apple Gall, Maple Bladder Gall, Eriophylid Mite Gall on Prunus, Leafroller on Hawthorne, Fire Blight, Rose Rosette, Maple Anthracnose, Oak Anthracnose, Hosta Virus X, Crown Rust on Buckthorn, Garlic Mustard, Bull Thistle.
Four Lined Plant Bug, Boxwood Psyllid, Ash Flower Gall, Bristly Roseslug sawfly, Imported Willow Leaf Beetle, Apple Scab, Peach Leaf Curl, Oak Leaf Blister, Sycamore Anthracnose, Frog-eye Leaf Spot, Cedar apple rust on Crabapple, Downy leaf spot.
Ash/Lilac Borer, Alder Leafminer, Elm Leafminer, European Elm Flea weevil, Hawthorne Leafminer, Azalea Bark Scale, Oak Leaftier, Redbanded Leafroller, Beech Blight Aphid, Hackberry Nipple Gall, Cedar-quince Rust, Cedar-Hawthorne Rust, Phomopsis Canker on Kerria, Daylily Leaf streak, Wetwood, Yellow woodsorrel, Broadleaf Plantain.
Currant Spanworm, Pear Slug Sawfly, Balsam twig Aphid, Oak Shothole Leafminer, Lady Bird Beetle Larva, Erineum Patch Gall on Beech, Powdery Mildew, Black Spot on Rose, Creeping Charlie, Black Medic.
Black Vine Weevil Damage, Rose Midge, Woolly Larch Adelgid, Aesculus Leafminer, Pine False Webworm, Oak Bullet Gall, Spot Anthracnose, Rose Rust, Island Chlorosis, Septoria Leaf Spot, Field Bindweed, Curly Dock.
Bagworm, Viburnum Crown Borer, Pear Leaf Blister Mite, Hedgehog Gall, Six-spotted Tiger Beetle, Fireflies, Dutch Elm Disease, Oak Wilt, Diplodia Tip Blight, Chlorosis, Wild Carrot, Pennycress.
Japanese Beetles, Magnolia Scale, Earwigs, Cottony Maple Scale, Leafhoppers, Redbud Leaffolder, Honeysuckle Blight, Azalea Gall, Guignardia, Viburnum Leaf Beetle, Poison Ivy.
Tilia Lacebug, Oblique Banded Leafroller, Twig Girdlers and Pruners, Ailanthus Webworm, European Elm Scale, Red Milkweed Beetle, Sumac Leaf Beetle, Bortyosphaeria Canker, Mayapple Rust, Common Lamb's Quarter.
Cypress Twig Galls, Two-marked Tree Hoppers, Boxwood Mites, Boxwood Leafminer Damage, Volutella Leaf and Stem Blight on Boxwood, Purple Eye Leaf Spot, Goldenrod Rust, Remontant Flowers, Pokeweed.
Featured Article: "Top Ten Ways to Kill Your Tree", by Stephanie Adams, M.S.
Gypsy Moth Male Adults, Peach Tree Borers, Two-Spotted Spider Mites, Scarlet Oak Sawflies, Solitary Oak Leafminers, Lopidea Staphyleae, Phomopsis Tip Blight on Juniper, Phomopsis Gall on Forsythia, Yellowwood Anthracnose, Basal Rot Caused by Rhizoctonia Solani, Monarda Rust, Herbicide Damage, Purslane.
Dog Day Cicadas, Galls on Fragrant Sumac, Hummingbird Clearwing Moth, Measles on Peony, Thyronectria Canker, Lily-of-the-Valley Anthracnose, Septoria Leaf Spot of Dogwood, Leaf Drop due to Dry Weather, Birds-foot trefoil.
Sycamore Tussock moth, Milkweed Bugs, Fall Webworm, Honeysuckle Aphid, Stigmina on Spruce, Bluegrass Rust, Linden Leaf Spot, tar Spot of Maple, Melampsora Rust, Botrytis, Dog Vomit Slime Mold, Dodder, Teasel.
Featured Article: "Taking Care of Your Trees During Construction", by Stephanie Adams, M.S.
Emerald Ash Borer, Yellow necked Caterpillars, Milkweed Tussock Moth, Soldier Beetle, Phomopsis on Douglas Fir, Butternut Canker, Pestalotiopsis Blight, Bullseye Leaf Spot, Smooth Patch, Stinkhorns, Common Ragweed.
Featured Article: "An Ounce of Prevention in the Autumn", by Stephanie Adams, M.S.
2009 Plant Health Care Report Index.
2009 Plant Health Care Report Index
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- Spruce Gall Adelgid 49%
Spruce Gall Adelgid Two species of small, soft-bodied insects infest spruce species during the course of rather complicated life cycles. These aphid-like insects called adelgids, produce galls that can disfigure and even kill their hosts. The two...