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Detecting and Controlling Eastern Filbert Blight

This brochure summarizes the history of the spread of eastern filbert blight (Anisogramma anomala) from the eastern United States to the Pacific Northwest. Details its life cycle, and the symptoms and signs of infection from initial detection through death of tree branches. Explains how to differentiate between infections caused by eastern filbert blight and those caused by Eutypella cerviculata. Discusses which cultivars are most susceptible to infection and presents cultural and chemical methods of control.

EC 1499    Published May 1999   
July 2021


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