Armillaria Root Disease

Michael Amman, UW-Madison Forest Ecology and Management and Glen R. Stanosz, Ph. D., UW-Madison Plant Pathology Revised:  8/6/2012 Item number:  XHT1120 What is Armillaria root disease?  Armillaria root disease, also known as shoestring root rot, is an often lethal disease of tree and shrub roots and lower stems.  It can affect almost any conifer or […]


Hanging high in trees in warmer climates, mistletoe is a plant that has a long history of myth and tradition dating back to ancient times. Despite the fact these plants cannot tolerate the cold winters of the Midwest, most people are familiar with mistletoe as a holiday decoration. But there are many other types of mistletoe – and many species that are much more spectacular when in bloom. To find out more about this interesting group of parasitic plants, read this article…

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