This fact sheet provided a list of 10 relatively easy to identify plant diseases.
If you’ve noticed masses or writhing, dark green “caterpillars” on your pine trees this spring, you likely have an infestation of European pine sawfly. To learn more about this pest, read this article…
Quick reference of signs and symptoms of common conifer diseases in Wisconsin.
Proper planting techniques ensure long survival and good health of trees. This brochure shows how to correctly plant balled and burlapped trees and shrubs.
Plant selection is one of the most important decisions a gardener, landscaper or designer makes. Learn more about selecting plants in this publication.
While Zimmerman pine moth prefers Austrian and Scots pines, it will also attack Eastern white and mugo pines in the landscape. Learn about damage caused by this pest and control strategies in this factsheet.
Rhizosphaera needle cast is the most common disease of Colorado blue spruce in Wisconsin, and can also affect other conifers. This factsheet covers identification and management of this disease.
White pine blister rust is a serious, tree-killing disease of eastern white pine and its close relatives. Learn how to manage this disease in this factsheet.
Spruce spider mites can attack a number of conifers including spruce, hemlock, arborvitae, larch and juniper. Learn about the life cycle and management techniques in this factsheet.
Phomopsis tip blight is one of the most common fungal disease of conifers, including junipers, arborvitae, firs, larch and jack pine. This factsheet describes symptoms and management of this tip blight.
Pine root colar weevil is a destructive pest of pines, including Austrian, Scots, red and Eastern white. Learn synptoms and how to protect your trees in this factsheet.
Cytospora canker is one of themost common fungal diseases of Colorado blue spruce, and can also affect other spruce and firs. Learn about symptoms and management in this factsheet.