The Willow Scab Fungus Fusicladium Saliciperdum free read ã 106 George Perkins Clinton Ê 6 read & download Excerpt from The Willow Scab Fungus Fusicladium SaliciperdumConsidering that these trees had sufiered severely from this dis ease the two pervious years at least and that about 50% of the young twigs and a number of the large branches were dead before the treatments were started the results of the spray ing were very encouraging When examined on June 5th as the disease was just beginning to show serious headway there were comparatively few dead leaves on them when judged by the two adjacent unsprayed trees whose foliage was badly infected See Plate XIV c d for one each of the sprayed and unsprayed trees photographed in August Seen last late in September while there were some dead leaves show ing infection had taken place there was considerable healthy foliage on the living t.
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The Willow Scab Fungus Fusicladium Saliciperdum free read ã 106 George Perkins Clinton Ê 6 read & download One third to two thirds grown; 4th on the leaves just as they reach full size; 5th if necessary in wet seasons a week or ten days after the 4th treatmentAbout the PublisherForgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books Find at wwwforgottenbookscomThis book is a reproduction of an important historical work Forgotten Books uses state of the art technology to digitally reconstruct the work preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy In rare cases an imperfection in the original such as a blemish or missing page may be replicated in our edition We do however repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical wor.
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The Willow Scab Fungus Fusicladium Saliciperdum free read ã 106 George Perkins Clinton Ê 6 read & download Wigs and all four sprayed trees had by far the best foliage of any of the trees of this variety in the Village since all the unspray ed trees were very largely or completely defoliatedThere was not much difference between the two trees sprayed with Bordeaux mixture and the two with lime sulphur No injury was noticed from any of th ese treatments As the Bordeaux stuck much better we are inclined to favor this fungicide so far We be lieve where thorough and timely treatments are given and the trees are not too far gone with the disease it can be checked and in time satisfactorily controlled by four or five sprayings made each year as follows lst on the dormant trees just before the buds begin to open; 2nd on the very young leaves emerging from the buds; 3rd on the young leaves.
- The Willow Scab Fungus Fusicladium Saliciperdum
- George Perkins Clinton
- 10 April 2017