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Seedling disease at Coeur d"Alene forest nursery and its relation to outplanting survival

Clinton E. Carlson

Seedling disease at Coeur d"Alene forest nursery and its relation to outplanting survival

by Clinton E. Carlson

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Published by USDA, Forest Service, Region One, Division of State & Private Forestry in Missoula, Mont .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Conifers -- Idaho -- Seedlings.,
  • Conifers -- Diseases and pests -- Idaho.,
  • Fungal diseases of plants -- Idaho.

  • About the Edition

    Diseased conifer nursery stock, including Douglas-fir, western larch, and Engelmann spruce, was selected from the U.S. Forest Service nursery at Coeur d"Alene, Idaho, to determine (1) the most probable cause of disease, (2) the fate of outplanted diseased stock, and (3) the height growth of outplanted diseased seedlings. Fusarium spp. were isolated at high frequency--up to 90 percent--from diseased and healthy seedlings and were considered the most probable causal agent. Both shoot and and root tissue were infected. Mortality of outplanted stock after three growing seasons was greater for seedlings originally classified as diseased than for healthy. The difference was most pronounced in western larch where 50 percent of diseased seedlings died compared to 30 percent of the healthy. The diseased stock that apparently recovered after two growing seasons had about the same height growth as controls, whereas seedlings not recovered had very poor growth. It is postulated that poor soil conditions in the nursery are responsible for the disease problem.

    Edition Notes

    Statementby Clinton E. Carlson.
    SeriesReport / Forest Service, Northern Region, Division of State and Private Forestry -- no. 73-2., Report (United States. Forest Service. Northern Region) -- no. 73-2.
    ContributionsUnited States. Forest Service. Northern Region. State & Private Forestry.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination9 p. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16108637M

    Seedling Survival Survey Documentation All seedling survival surveys completed must be properly documented utilizing forms specified by OFS. There are two forms: Form 1. Data Collection This form is designed to collect plot data while in the field conducting the survival . The life history of Meria needle cast for forest nursery seedlings has not been determined in detail. It can be assumed to be quite similar to that which occurs on forest trees, except that nursery conditions are ideal for the disease in that infection occurs through young, succulent needles, which am always present on fast growing nursery.

    The goal is to improve seedling survival, establishment, and early growth in abandoned pastures and degraded forests that are high priorities for restoration. We will train greenhouse and outplanting professionals in the use of the techniques and host a field day to demonstrate the potential improvement in seedling survival and growth in the field. gallery forest under restoration Leonardo Gallo Macera1, Silvia Rahe Pereira2 and Andréa Lúcia Teixeira de Souza1* Received: Febru Accepted: Ap ABSTRACT Seed size is commonly related to higher rates of emergence and survival, and biomass of seedlings Author: Leonardo Gallo Macera, Silvia Rahe Pereira, Andréa Lúcia Teixeira de Souza.

    temperatures. Seedling survival will suffer if seedlings are exposed to excessively high or low temperatures. The amount of mortality is directly related to length of exposure to these temperature extremes. An exposure to 80°F for two hours can significantly reduce survival. Handle trees carefully Seedlings must be protected from physical Size: KB. Designer niches in which environmental variables are controlled are useful in forest restoration to enhance survival of planted tree seedlings. Here, we evaluate particular manipulated habitats, on site variables, and pre-seedling conditions hypothesized to improve the survival rate of whitebark pine (Pinus albicaulis) seedlings out-planted in Waterton Lakes National by: 3.


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Seedling disease at Coeur d"Alene forest nursery and its relation to outplanting survival by Clinton E. Carlson Download PDF EPUB FB2

Diseased conifer nursery stock, including Douglas-fir, western larch, and Engelmann spruce, was selected from the U.S. Forest Service nursery at Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, to determine (1) the most probable cause of disease, (2) the fate of outplanted diseased stock, and (3) the height growth of outplanted diseased : Clinton E.

Carlson. SEEDLING DISEASE AT COEUR D'ALENE FOREST NURSERY AND ITS RELATION TO OUTPLANTING SURVIVAL by Clinton E. Carlson, Plant Pathologist Environmental Services ABSTRACT Diseased conifer nursery stock, including Douglas-fir, western larch, and Engelmann spruce, was selected from the U.S.

Forest Service nursery at Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, to determine (1) the most. Seedling disease at Coeur d'Alene forest nursery and its relation to outplanting survival. Abstract. Diseased conifer nursery stock, including Douglas-fir, western larch,\ud and Engelmann spruce, was selected from the U.S.

Forest Service nursery\ud at Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, to determine (1) the most probable cause of\ud disease, (2) the. root diseases of western white pine transplants at the usda forest service nursery, coeur d'alene, idaho.

In forest and conservation nurseries in the Pacific Northwest USA, seedling production can be limited by root diseases caused by fungi in the genera Fusarium Link:Fr., Cylindrocarpon Wollenw., Phytophthora de Barry, and Pythium Pringsh. Fusarium, Cylindrocarpon, and Pythium are the most ubiquitous, whereas incidence of Phytophthora is mostly associated with coastal bareroot nurseries.

All of Cited by: In general, we found that seedlings meeting nursery specifications for outplanting on forest soil (proper height, root collar diameter, healthy shoot color, lack of disease symptoms) but having these disease organisms on their root systems perform as well as non-infected seedlings.

The Manual emphasizes all stages of seeding production from nursery-site selection throught outplanting. Twenty-one bareroot nurseries and eight seed-processing plants were surveyed with two in-depth questionnaires and the survey results interpreted and incorporated into chapters written by leading scientists and practicing nursery managers.

A nursery irrigation schedule that imposes moderate stress on seedlings in midsummer induces earlier budset and seedling dormancy and increases field-survival potential.

Mopst often, field survival and growth are improved with growing-season fertilization in the nursery; fall fertilization also may incfease field growth of North west by:   Seedling Success in the Field: Linking Nursery and Outplanting Practices; Seedling Success in the Field: Linking Nursery and Outplanting Practices.

Oct. 11 - 12, Corvallis, OR. Contact: Western Forestry and Conservation Association. Oregon. Event date. Current nursery practices produce seedlings with a inch taproot and good lateral root development. Root pruning has already occurred at the nursery, so do not allow your vendor to prune seedlings.

Check seedlings for a short, freshly cut taproot to determine if File Size: 75KB. The Forest Nursery Manual - a joint effort between the Department of Forest Science, Oregon State University, and the U.S.D.A. Forest Service, Division of State and Private Forestry - presents state-of-the art information about current bareroot-nursery practices and research.

In general, we found that seedlings meeting nursery specifications for outplanting on forest soil (proper height, root collar diameter, healthy shoot color, lack of disease symptoms) but having these disease organisms on their root systems perform as well as non-infected by: fir (Abies grandis (Dougl.) Lindl.) seedlings at the Coeur d'Alene forest tree nursery in northern Idaho was of concern to growers.

Therefore, a field evaluation of the problem was conducted. Symptomatic seedlings were examined and several representative samples were trans-ported to the laboratory for isolation of associated fungi. The average seedling heights and RCDs of all three nursery treatments were similar (p = ) when outplanted (height = cm, RCD = mm).Location had no effect on seedling parameters the spring following outplanting or after five growing seasons ().Site preparation, however, did significantly influence seedling height, shoot biomass, and TNC the spring following outplanting, whereas Cited by: 2.

CYLINDROCARPON ROOT DISEASE OF CONTAINER-GROWN WHITEBARK PINE SEEDLINGS USDA FOREST SERVICE NURSERY, COEUR D'ALENE, IDAHO R. L James1 Plant Pathologist ABSTRACT Extensive mortality of container-grown whitebark pine seedlings at the USDA Forest Service Nursery, Coeur d'Alene,Idahowasdue to root disease caused byCylindrocarpon destructans.

Diseases & Insects in B.C. Forest Seedling Nurseries. Diseases and Insects in British Columbia Forest Seedling Nurseries. Alan Thomson, John Dennis, Dave Trotter, David Shaykewich Robert Banfield. Acknowledgements. Diseased Enhanced by Nursery Conditions.

Glossary. In the quaint northern Idaho lakeside town of Coeur d’Alene the U.S. Forest Service’s Coeur d’Alene Nursery straddles the past, the present and the future on a acre plot of land.

In the surrounding forests, stumps and now abundant trees provide clear evidence of a century of forest. Full text of "Proceedings, Western Forest [sic] Nursery Council-Intermountain Nurseryman's Association combined meeting, August, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho" See other formats.

Title: Plant quality - A key to success in forest establishment. Proceedings of the COFORD conference, SeptemberMount Wol seley Hotel, Tullow, Co Carlow. Editors: Lauren MacLennan and John Fennessy Citation: MacLennan, L.

and Fennessy, J. (Editors) Plant quality - A key to success in forest establishment. Proceedings of the. Survival and Growth of Container and Bareroot Shortleaf Pine Seedlings in Missouri Gwaze, Melick, Studyvin, and Hoss Table 1—Effects of stocktype on performance of shortleaf pine seedlings after eight growing seasons on two sites at the George O.

White State Forest Nursery. Test number Item Container Bareroot Increasea P value percentageCited by: 5. The University of Idaho Center for Forest Nursery and Seedling Research (CFNSR) highlights the key components of a land-grant university: teaching, research, and service.

The Center operates the Franklin H. Pitkin Forest Nursery and the Seedling Quality Assessment Laboratory, and is a global leader in native plant regeneration education and.Please choose from the options below.1.

Introduction. Frost damage to Norway spruce (Picea abies (L.) Karst.) seedlings is a common problem in Swedish forestry (Perttu,Nilsson,Hannerz, ).Flushing shoots of spruce have low resistance to frost, and damage becomes visually detectable following exposure to temperatures of about −3°C and lower (Day and Peace,Glerum,Christersson and von Fircks, Cited by: