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Compartmentalization of Decay in Trees Alex L. Shiga, Plant Pathologist, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northeastern Forest Experiment Station, Durham, New Hampshire
and Harold G, Marx, Research Applications Staff Assistant, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Washington, D.C.
July 1977
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Compartmentalization of Discolored Wood in Heartwood of Red Oak Alex L. Shigo and Walter C. Shortle
Chief scientist and research plant pathologist, respectively, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Northeastern Forest Experiment Station, Durham, NH
January 1979
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Distribution and Retention of Thiabendazole Hypophosphite and Carbendazim Phosphate Injected into Mature American Elms Stennes, M.A. and French, D.W.
October 1986
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Evaluation of Propiconazole Operational Treatments of Oaks for Oak Wilt Control Jordan Eggers, Jennifer Juzwik, Shawn Bernick, and Lori Mordaunt
USDA Forest Service
2005
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Field Observations of Tree Injection by James W. Orr, Stewart Leonard and Joseph Lentz
Journal of Arboriculture, November 1988
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Fungicides for Dutch Elm Disease: Comparative Evaluation of Commercial Products by Gerald N. Lanier
Journal of Arboriculture, August 1987
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Glitches and Gaps in the Science and Technology of Tree Injection by R. Jay Stipes
Journal of Arboriculture, July 1988
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Growth Retardants: A Promising Tool for Managing Urban Trees William R. Chaney, Professor of Tree Physiology, Department of Forestry and Natural Resources
Purdue University
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Intravascular Injection with Propiconazole in Live Oak for Oak Wilt Control D.N. Appel, Assoiciate Professor, and T. Kurdyla, Research Assistant, Department of Plant Pathology and Microbiology, Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, Texas A& M University
June 1992
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Microwave-Assisted Extraction for the Isolation of Trace Systemic Fungicides from Woody Plant Material Stephanye Dawn Armstrong, Department of Chemistry, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
April, 1999
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Prevention of Pine Wilt of Scots Pine (Pinus sylvestris) with Systemic Abamectin Injections Randall James, Ned Tisserat, and Tim Todd
Arboriculture & Urban Forestry, Septmeber 2006
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Propiconazole as a Treatment for Oak Wilt N.K. Ostenbauer and D.W. French
Journal of Arboriculture, September 1992
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Research Update on Propiconazole as An Effective Tool for Managing Oak Wilt By Ryan Blaedow, Forest Health Specialist, North Carolina Division of Forest Resources
Winter 2010
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Secondary Tree Growth Increments: Ring Development & Forms by Dr. Kim D. Coder, Professor of Tree Biology & Health Care, University of Georgia
February 2011
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Tree Wound Closure by Dan Neely
Journal of Arboriculture, June 1988
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Tree Wound Responses Following Systemic Insecticide Trunk Injection Treatments in Green Ash Joseph J. Doccola, David R. Smitley, Terrance W. Davis, John J. Aiken and Peter M. Wild
Arboriculture & Urban Forestry, 2011
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