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How to diagnose black walnut damage



How to diagnose black walnut damage



General Technical Report, Forest Service, United States Department of Agriculture (NC-57): 20



A method developed in the USA for identifying the most common causes of injury to black walnut (Juglans nigra) is presented. Such causes include arthropods, diseases, birds, mammals and weather; 17 major arthropods or arthropod groups are dealt with in detail.

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