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Dothistroma (red band) needle blight in Scotland

25th April

25 April 2012
Dewars Centre, Perth
1000 -1245 hrs

Dothistroma (red band) needle blight is the most significant disease of coniferous trees in Scotland, with 11% of pine crops known to be infected on the national forest estate. In addition to the levels of mortality found on inland origins of lodgepole pine, the increasing incidence and severity of this fungal disease on Scots pine is of particular concern.

It is essential for the private sector to understand the forest management implications of Dothistroma needle blight in Scotland.

This briefing and question/answer session will update you on research findings and will give an early indication of the steps required to manage Dothistroma needle blight

Please download the file below for booking information for this event.

Attached File: Dothistroma.pdf
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