Latest Dutch elm disease Stories
Following its recent synonymization with Meloidogyne ulmi, a species known to parasitize elm trees in Europe, it has become clear that M. mali has been in the Netherlands for more than fifty years.
New research has found that the number of pests and disease outbreaks in trees and forests across the world has been increasing.
Live demonstrations of ArborSystems fall Diplodia Tip Blight treatment for pines and conifers using the Wedgle Direct-Inject Tree Treatment System, their new ready-to-use systemic antibiotic direct-inject
ArborSystems introduces ready-to-use systemic antibiotic direct-inject chemical line for ornamental trees, large woody shrubs and palms.
The UK Government has recently imposed a ban on importing foreign ash trees in order to prevent the spread of the disease Chalara, which kills the trees and has entered the country via imports from Europe.
Scientists at the University of Guelph have found a way to successfully clone American elm trees that have survived repeated epidemics of their biggest killer — Dutch elm disease.
A healthy century old American elm on the campus of the University of Guelph could hold the key to reviving the species that has been decimated by Dutch elm disease (DED).
North Carolina State University researchers have found that a subset of fungus-farming ambrosia beetles may be in the early stages of a global epidemic threatening a number of economically important trees, including avocados, poplars and oaks.
Two U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) scientists may have discovered "the map to El Dorado" for the American elmâ€”a previously hidden population of elms that carry genes for resistance to Dutch elm disease.
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