White Pine Blister Rust Control Policies in New York State
Abstract:The introduction of white pine blister rust into the United States, or at least into New York, occurred somewhat in advance of the introduction of several of the other enemies of forest and agricultural products that we now have to deal with. Many peculair, as well as interesting, conditions have been noted with regard to the channels through which these pests have reached our shores. None, however, is more striking than in the case of white pine blister rust. The latter was introduced on white pine seedlings grown in Europe from seeds collected in the eastern United States.
Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Superintendent, Forest Pest Control, Albany, N.Y., New York Department of Conservation and Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine
Publication date: 1942-10-01
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