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Meria laricis, the leaf cast disease of larch

Thomas Ronald Peace

Meria laricis, the leaf cast disease of larch

by Thomas Ronald Peace

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Published by The Clarendon press in Oxford .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Larch.,
  • Meria laricis.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. [29]

    Other titlesOxford forestry memoirs, number 15, 1933
    Statementby T. R. Peace ... and C. H. Holmes ...
    ContributionsHolmes, Cyril Henry.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsSB608.L3 P4
    The Physical Object
    Pagination28, [2] p.
    Number of Pages28
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6300658M
    LC Control Number34001865
    OCLC/WorldCa32447787

    Meria laricis, the leaf cast disease of larch. Oxford, England: Clarendon Press. 29 p. that seedlings are not grown in the same sections for consecutive years and seedlings are not grown adjacent to seedlings or transplants. To reduce inoculum, remove larch trees adjacent to nurseries; replace larch with other species. Transplant. Meria laricis (Larch needle cast) Phaeocryptopus gaeumannii (Swiss needle cast) Rhabdocline pseudotsugae (Rhabdocline needle cast) Foliar pathogens of deciduous trees are of relatively minor importance in cases where they cause partial defoliation. Complete defoliation is rare and only has great significance if it has occurred early in the.

    Sporulation dynamics of the larch needle cast fungus Meria laricis were studied in a 2-year-old plantation of Sukachev larch [Larix sibirica] in the Arsk forest of north-central Tatarstan, Russia, in In there were 4 sporulation peaks, while in there were 6. First signs of the disease appeared between 26 May and 1 : I. N. Zaripov.   Datasheet Type(s): Host Plant, Exclude from ISC.

      Powdery Mildew Leaf Spot Rhizoctonia Solani Colletotrichum Gloeosporioides Cladosporium Herbarum These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves. • ;A0 September earlier and may have been confused with other larch foliage diseases (Weir ). Occurrence of M. laricis on larch nursery stock has been well Spraying against Meria laricis, the leaf cast of larch. Forestry Peace, T. R. and C. H. Holmes.


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mycol. Soc., 39, 13–16 CrossRef Google ScholarAuthor: D H Phillips, D A Burdekin. Studies on Meria laricis, needle-cast disease of larch. Author(s): Biggs, P. Book: Report on forest research by the Forestry Commission for the year ended March, pp pp.

Abstract: The number of strains of M. laricis now recognized has been reduced to by: 1. The occurrence of Meria laricis Vuill. on Japanese larch (Larix leptolepis) and Hybrid larch (L. Eurolepis) in is recorded. These are believed to be the first British records on these hosts though the parasite has been recorded frequently causing Leaf Cast of European larch (L.

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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Thomas Roland Peace, Cyril Henry Holmes. Larch Needle Cast Larch needle cast is caused by the fugus Rhabdocline laricis (formerly Meria laricis) and it affects all species of larch (native and introduced) in North America.

The native larch specie in British Columbia is western larch (Larix occidentalis). larch needle blight, Meria laricis Vuill., in Alberta P.J. Maruyama 1 Merie lericis Vuill. was identified in four specimens deposited at the Northern Forest Research Centre, Canadian Forestry Service, Edmonton, Alberta.

This is the first record of M. laricis in Alberta and the first time it has ever been found on alpine larch (Lerix IyelliiParI.~. Larch needle cast, caused by the fungus Meria Iaricis, affects many larch species, including western, European, Japanese, hybrid, and Siberian larches.

Distribution. The disease is widespread in North American forests. It is common on nursery stock in the Northwestern United. Larch needle cast and blight team up.

Meria laricis. is favored by frequent rainfall from early leaf development continuing. throughout the summer. In forests, Meria. occurs commonly, though not always, in conjunction with. Hypodermella laricis (a needle blight fungus). Both fungi are favored by spring rains. The two pathogens are easily.

Meria laricis The first symptoms of disease caused by M. laricis are yellowing and wilting of the infected portion of the needle, and the formation of characteristic necrotic bands.

The discoloration then rapidly darkens to reddish brown and spreads over the remainder of the 2 Fig. Hypodermella laricis fruiting on western larch needles retained for up to two years.

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Agriculture, Forestry and Horticulture Edward Arnold and Co.—British Economic Grasses, Sydney Burr and Dorothy Turner. Cambridge University Press.—The Foundations of Agricultural Economics, Dr. DAMAGE AGENT AND CONDITION CODES FIELD CODES DESCRIPTION FIELD CODES DESCRIPTION DF FOLIAGE DISEASES DFA western pine aster rust Coleosporium asterum DFC large-spored spruce-labrador tea rust Chrysomyxa ledicola DFD spruce needle cast Lirula macrospora DFE elytroderma disease Elytroderma deformans DFH larch needle cast Hypodermella laricis DFL pine needle cast.

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This European larch (Larix decidua) has needle discoloration and needle cast caused by Meria laricis. OSU Plant Clinic image, Cause The fungus Rhabdocline laricis (formerly Meria laricis) overwinters in fallen needles and dead terminal tufts of needles that adhere to seedlings.

Larch needle cast Meria laricis. First see yellow spots or bands on needles that turn reddish brown; Next entire needles turn yellow than reddish brown and fall off; Disease appears suddenly in wet spring weather; Not serious in mature trees but can kill seedlings; Currently found in WI, status in MN unknown; More information on Larch needle cast.Larix laricina, commonly known as the tamarack, hackmatack, eastern larch, black larch, red larch, or American larch, is a species of larch native to Canada, from eastern Yukon and Inuvik, Northwest Territories east to Newfoundland, and also south into the upper northeastern United States from Minnesota to Cranesville Swamp, West Virginia; there is also an isolated population in central : Pinaceae.Hosts.

Larch needle cast, caused by the fungus Meria Iaricis, affects many larch species, including western, European, Japanese, hybrid, and Siberian larches. Distribution.

The disease is widespread in North American forests. It is common on nursery stock in .