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Home Publications National Nursery Proceedings 1986 Management of the Top Blight Disease Complex

Management of the Top Blight Disease Complex

The "top blight disease complex" refers to five separate but related diseases affecting above-ground portions of bareroot Douglas-fir seedlings. Disease losses can be reduced by altering cultural practices or applying fungicides3. The following paper provides practical approaches and techniques for reducing losses from top blight.

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Author(s): Alan Kanaskie

Publication: National Nursery Proceedings - 1986

Event: Combined Western Forest Nursery Council and Intermountain Nursery Association Meeting
1986 - Tumwater, WA