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Gummosis and Perennial Canker of Stone Fruits

Gummosis is a general, nonspecific condition of stone fruits (peach, nectarine, plum and cherry) in which gum is exuded and deposited on the bark of trees.

Cytospora Canker ("Gummosis")

Cytospora Canker ("Gummosis") Cytospora (sigh-tah'-spor-a) canker or gummosis is an extremely destructive disease of stone fruits (i.e., peaches, sweet cherries, apricots, and plums).

FUNGAL GUMMOSIS

FUNGAL GUMMOSIS P. Lawrence Pusey USDA-ARS Tree Fruit Research Laboratory Wenatchee, WA 98801 Peach tree fungal gummosis was initially observed in the United States near Fort Valley, Georgia, during the 1960s.

Gummosis on (Cherry) Prunus

Gummosis on (Cherry) Prunus by Mark Halcomb, UT Extension Area Nursery Specialist (Revised 12-12-2010) I have needed this written documentation of this common problem for years.

Care S eedlings

Causes of Gummosis in Black Cherry (Prunus serotina) Bradley D. Barnd Department of Forestry and Natural Resources, Purdue University Matthew D. Ginzel Departments of Entomology & Forestry and Natural Resources, Purdue University Purdue extension Department of Forestry and Natural Resources ...

Bacterial Canker and Gummosis of Stone Fruit Trees

Microsoft Word - Bacterial Canker and Gummosis of Stone Fruit Trees.doc

Fungal Gummosis of Peaches

ALABAMA A&M AND AUBURN UNIVERSITIES Plant Disease Notes Fungal Gummosis of Peaches T hree species of the fungus Botryosphaeria have been shown to cause fungal Gummosis.

Cytospora Canker ("Gummosis")

Cytospora Canker ("Gummosis") (Revised by Ramesh R. Pokharel) Cytospora (sigh-tah'-spor-a) canker or gummosis is an extremely destructive disease of stone fruits (i.e., peaches, sweet cherries, apricots, and plums).

Ethephon-Induced Gummosis in Sour Cherry (Prunuscerasus L. '

Plant Physiol. (1982) 70,547-555 0032-0889/82/70/0547/09/$00.50/0 Ethephon-Induced Gummosis in Sour Cherry (Prunuscerasus L. ' I. EFFECT ON XYLEM FUNCTION AND SHOOT WATER STATUS Received for publication August 28,1981 and in revised form March 25,1982 WILLIAMC.

RIO GRANDE GUMMOSIS

FLORIDA STATE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY, RIO GRANDE GUMMOSIS. 32 FLORIDA STATE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY, 1950 lencia orange leaves was found in a recent survey (3) of 75 commercial orchards in the major citrus producing areas of the United States.