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Breeding pest-resistant trees

N.A.T.O. and N.S.F. Advanced Study Institute on Genetic Improvement for Disease and Insect Resistance of Forest Trees (University Park, Pa. 1964)

Breeding pest-resistant trees

proceedings.

by N.A.T.O. and N.S.F. Advanced Study Institute on Genetic Improvement for Disease and Insect Resistance of Forest Trees (University Park, Pa. 1964)

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Published by Symposium Publications Division, Pergamon Press in Oxford, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Tree breeding -- Congresses,
  • Trees -- Disease and pest resistance -- Congresses

  • Edition Notes

    Organized by a program committee appointed by the Symposium Advisory Committee of the Pennsylvania State University"s School of Forest Resources and held under the auspices of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization and the National Science Foundation of the United States.

    StatementEdited by H.D. Gerhold [and others.
    GenreCongresses.
    ContributionsGerhold, Henry D. ed., North Atlantic Treaty Organization., National Science Foundation (U.S.), Pennsylvania State University. School of Forest Resources.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsSD399.5 .N25 1964
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 505 p.
    Number of Pages505
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5954644M
    LC Control Number65028544
    OCLC/WorldCa2539668

    The fifth chapter of The Holistic Orchard is about pome fruits apples, pears, and quinces. Of these, quinces seem to be very prone to fire blight damage, and I've posted about disease-resistant apple varieties previously, so I thought I'd sum up Phillips' (and Lee Reich 's) tips on choosing resistant pears. Although they're both called pears, European pears (Pyrus .


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This book compiles the study and research of geneticists, pathologists, entomologists, and foresters concerned with the genetic resistance of forest trees to pests and breeding programs for disease- and insect-resistant trees.

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Resistance to Diseases and Pests in Forest Trees (). Wageningen, The Netherlands. Breeding Insect and Disease Resistant Forest Trees (). Eugene, Oregon, USA. Henry D. Gerhold, Professor of Forest Genetics, has been a faculty member in Penn State's School of Forest Resources since He is also known for his books Breeding Pest-Resistant Trees (), Landscape Tree Factsheets (), Our Heritage of Community Trees (); and A Forester's Legacy: The Life of Joseph E.

Ibberson (). Hans M. Heybroek (bornBussum) is a Dutch botanist best known for his research into the genus Ulmus at the Dorschkamp Research Institute for Forestry & Landscape Planning. Until his retirement inhe was responsible for the raising and release of numerous elm hybrid cultivars, notably 'Columella'.Specializing in phytopathology, Heybroek also investigated the.

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Pine trees can become a graceful living legacy to the conscientious landscaper and gardener, but one needs to choose trees that are resistant to both diseases and pests. Plant wisely, as. Suggested Citation:"7 Moving Ahead." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine.

Forest Health and Biotechnology: Possibilities and Considerations. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: / Biotechnology has the potential to help mitigate threats to.

Pest & Disease Control for Peach Trees. As it grows, a peach tree may show signs of pests or diseases. Factors such as location, weather, and upkeep play a part in which issues your peach tree encounters, and how well it stands up to them.

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Breeding for disease resistance is becoming more important in improvement programs for forest trees. Many such programs were initiated up to years ago with phenotypic selection of breeding candidates, either in native stands or in exotic plantations.

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