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Emerging hardwood pest problems and implications for the Central Hardwood region


Emerging hardwood pest problems and implications for the Central Hardwood region



General Technical Report North Central Research Station, USDA Forest Service (NC-234): 511-517



Over the last 100 years of human action there has been a correlated increase in the movement of insects and disease to the new world. Chestnut Blight, Dutch Elm Disease, Gypsy Moth, Butternut Canker, and White Pine Blister Rust are stern reminders of historically devastating exotic invasions. Sudden Oak Death, Asian Long-horned Beetle (Anoplophora glabripenis), Oak Wilt, Red Oak Borer, and Oak Decline should be considered credible threats to the Central Hardwood region of the USA.

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