2010 Plant Health Care Reports
Bagworms, Gypsy moth egg masses, Juniper webworm, Brown rot of stone fruit, Dothistroma needle blight, Vole, Rabbit, Deer, Winter and Salt Damage.
Feature article: "So what are degree days and why do we care about them anyway?", by Donna Danielson, M.S.
Euonymus scale on Daphne, Eastern tent caterpillar, Hemlock rust mites, Spruce Needleminer, Verticillium wilt on Magnolia, Cedar apple and hawthorne rusts, Cryptodiaporthe canker on dogwood.
Fungus of the Week: Exidia glandulosa
European elm fea weevil, Oak apple gall, Mapple bladder gall, Larch casebearer, Ash Plant Bug, Boxwood psyllid, Honeylocust plant bug, Crown Rust on Buckthorn, Cedar quince rust, Pestalotiopsis, Ash Anthracnose, Gypsy Moths.
Fungus of the Week: Lichens
Euonymus webworm, European pine sawfly, Elm leafminer, Spittle bug, Hemlock needle miner, Woolly alder aphid, European fruit Lecanium Scale, Erineum gall, Bronze birch borer, Oak leaf blister, Peach leaf curl, Powdery mildew, Phomopsis tip blight, Rose rosette disease, Black spot on rose, Oak anthracnose, Maple anthracnose,
Fungus of the Week: Schizophyllum commune
Fletcher scale, Spruce spider mite, Elm bark beetle, Four-lined plant bug, Spring and fall cankerworms, Galls, Slugs, Leafroller, Rose Caterpillar, Tar spot on Maple, Cedar rust telial horns, Frost damage.
Fungus of the Week: Yellow morel (Morchella esculenta).
Emerald ash borer, Ash/Lilac borer, Hackberry nipple gall, Phylloxera gall, Imported currant worm, Calico scale, Terrapin scale, Daylily leaf streak, Dutch elm disease, Phomopsis gall on Forsythia, Peach leaf curl.
Fungus of the Week: Polyporus squamosus
Woody of the Week: Beautybush (Kolkwitzia amabilis), by Jaimie Horn
Linden looper, Azalea sawfly, Viburnum crown borer, Holly Leafminer, European alder leafminer, Bristly rose slug sawfly, Spiny witch-hazel gall aphid on river birch, Sycamore anthracnose, Apple scab, Frogeye leaf spot.
Fungus of the Week: Deadman's finger's (Xylaria polymorpha).
Woody of the Week: Pagoda Dogwood (Cornus alternifolia), by Jaimie Horn
Hawthorne leafminer, Ailanthus webworm, Cottony maple scale, Oak bullet gall, Froghopper, Spindle gall, Pine false webworm, Oak leafroller, Downy leaf spot, Chlorosis, Abiotic amd bacterial leaf scortch.
Fungus of the Week: Phellinus robiniae
Woody of the Week: Tuliptree, Yellow Poplar, Tulip Poplar (Liriodendron tulipifera), by Jaimie Horn
Spiny elm caterpillar, Earwigs, Pine needle scale crawlers, Larch sawfly, Pear slug sawfly, Sumac leaf beeetle, White-marked tussock moth, Rose midge, Powdery mildew, Cedar quince rust on crabapple, Cedar hawthorn rust on hawthorn.
Fungus of the Week: Fuligo septic
Woody of the Week: Magnolia virginiana, by Jaimie Horn
Gouty vein gall, Half-wing caterpillar feeding damage, Two-Marked tree hoppers, Cynipid wasp galls, Mountain ash sawfly, Black spot on Elm, Mosaic virus on Katsura, Hollyhock rust, Cercospora leaf spot.
Fungus of the Week: Mutinus caninus
Woody of the week: Hills of Snow Hydrangea (Hydrangea arborenscens 'Grandiflora'), by Jaimie Horn
Rose curculio, Japanesse beetle, Gypsy moth, Hedgehog gall, Thyronectria Canker, Rose rust, Guignardia leaf blotch, Diplodia Tip Blight, Brown rot of stone fruit, Remontant flowers.
Fungus of the Week: Coral fungi, family Clavariaceae.
Woody of the Week: Nikko Maple(Acer maximowiczianum), by Jamie Horn
Magnolia Scale, Leafminers on maple, Phyllosticta leaf spot, Measles on Peony, Pine needle rust on goldenrod Rust on Mayapple, Black knot.
Fungus of the Week: Daldinia concentrica
Woody of the Week: Common Persimmon (Diospyros virginiana), by Jaimie Horn
Featured article: Mycological common names
Gypsy moth, Woolly larch adelgids, Nectria canker, Sooty mold, Pseudocercospora fuliginoa on persimmon, Botryosphaeria canker.
Fungus of the Week: Botrytis cinerea (grey mold)
Woody of the Week: Common Trumper creeper (Campsis radicans), by Jamie Horn
Azalea bark scale, Two spotted spider mite, Solitary oak leafminer, Jumping oak gall, Leafcutter bee, Lily of the valley anthracnose, Septoria leaf spot
Woody of the Week: Kalm's St. John's Wort (Hypericum Kalmianum), by Jaimie Horn
Aeculus twig pruner, Pipevine swallowtail caterpillar, Zimmerman pine moth, Birch catkin feeders, Sycamore, tussock moth caterpillar, Walnut anthracnose, Tar spot of Maple, Melampsora rust, Leaf blotch on linden, Dodder
Annual cicada, Red milkweed beetle, Yellow-necked caterpillars, Black vine weevil damage, Imported willow leaf beetle, Milkweed tussock moth, Peach tree borer, Ash flower gall, Cytospora canker of spruce, Phytoplasmas
Woody of the Week: American Hornbeam, Blue Beech, Ironwood, Musclewood (Carpinus caroliniana), by Jaimie Horn
Fall webworm, Sycamore lace bug, Volutella stem and leaf blight, Oak Wilt.
Woody of the Week: Hardy Kiwi (Actinidia kolomikta), by Jaimie Horn
Article: "An Ounce of Prevention in the Autumn", by Stephanie Adams
2010 PHCR Index
- 2001 Plant Health Care Reports 100%
4-13-2001 - Issue 1 Winter weather, European pine sawfly, Gypsy moth egg masses, Juniper Webworm, Dothistroma needle blight Feature article: "So what are degree days and why do we care about them anyway?" by Donna Danielson 4-20-2001 - Issue...
- 2006 Plant Health Care Reports 100%
4-14-06 - Issue 1 Bagworm on Juniper, Gypsy Moth Egg Masses, Hemlock Needleminer, Hemlock Rust Mite, Larch Casebearer, Pine Bark Adelgid, Rose Stem Girdler, Zimmerman Pine Moth, Dothistroma, Rhizosphaera. 4-28-06 - Issue 2 Elm Bark Beetle,...
- 2003 Plant Health Care Reports 100%
4-04-03 - Issue 1 Hemlock needleminer damage, leaf crumpler, Rust mites on hemlock, bagworm eggs, Spring sap flow or wetwood?, Winter Injury. Feature article: Emerald Ash Borer. By: Donna Danielson, M.S. 4-11-03 - Issue 2 Linden twig...
- 2009 Plant Health Care Reports 100%
4-03-09 - Issue 1 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. 4-17-09 -...
- 2011 Plant Health Care Reports 100%
4-08-11 - Issue 1 Bagworms, Hemlock needle miner, Wooly alder aphid, Arborvitae leafminer, Winter damage, salt damage. Featured article: "What are degree days and why do we care about them anyways?", by Donna Danielson, M.S. 4-22-11 - Issue...
- 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...