Thousand Cankers Black Walnut Disease
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North American Plant Protection Organization.
USDA. FS. Northeastern Area State and Private Forestry.
State and Local Government
Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources.
Minnesota Department of Agriculture.
Indiana Department of Natural Resources. Entomology and Plant Pathology.
- Don't transport firewood, even within Tennessee.
- Don't buy or move firewood from outside the state.
- Watch for signs of infestation in your walnut trees.
- Kolařík, M., E. Freeland, C. Utley, and N. Tisserat. 2011. Geosmithia morbida sp. nov., a new phytopathogenic species living in symbiosis with the walnut twig beetle (Pityophthorus juglandis) on Juglans in USA. Mycologia 103(2):325-332.
- Randolph, K.C., A.K. Rose, C.M. Oswalt, and M.J. Brown. 2013. Status of black walnut (Juglans nigra L.) in the eastern United States in light of the discovery of thousand cankers disease. Castanea 78(1):2-14.
- Tisserat, N., W. Cranshaw, D. Leatherman, C. Utley, and K. Alexander. 2009. Black walnut mortality in Colorado caused by the walnut twig beetle and thousand cankers disease. Plant Health Progress.
- Utley, C., T. Nguyen, T. Roubtsova, M. Coggeshall, T.M. Ford, L.J. Grauke, A.D. Graves, C.A. Leslie, J. McKenna, K. Woeste, M.A. Yaghmour, W. Cranshaw, S.J. Seybold, R.M. Bostock, and N. Tisserat. 2013. Susceptibility of walnut and hickory species to Geosmithia morbida. Plant Disease 97(5):601-607.