Dormant Season Spraying Part 3: Pine Trees

Dormant Season Spraying Part 3: Pine Trees

Introduction
A wet spring and humid conditions make good conditions for fungal and bacterial growth that can lead to diseases affecting your trees...
You do not have permission to view the full content of this resource. Log in or register now.
Author
markyscott
Views
1,316
First release
Last update
Rating
5.00 star(s) 1 ratings

More resources from markyscott

Latest reviews

great article, THX. I can now put a name of what killed my scotts pines some years ago : Diplodia pinea. I tried everything (copper + mancozeb, bordeaux mix, even Thiophanate-methyl was useless while the fungus was developping very quick).
More recently, 2 years ago, i had the same symptoms on a scotts pine in late spring : the pine survived after having done this : candles removal (all the candles of the years because the new candles and its new needles are more sensitive & fragile) + application of lime sulfur 5% + bacilus subtilis QST 713 alternatly

Removing as soon as possible the candles with symptoms is a good thing IMO

Good condition (light wind, no humidity on the needles) & Prophylactic treatment from early spring to summer (lime sulfur 5% + bacilus subtilis QST 713 alternatly sprayed on needles) is the best to avoid this disease IMO
Top Bottom