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Lophodermium fungus

Post  Jean Massumi on Thu Oct 04, 2012 11:03 pm

Hi guys..
Does anyone know an effective treatment for a fungus called lophodermium on black pines?
Thanks a lot


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Re: Lophodermium fungus

Post  Chaddad on Fri Oct 05, 2012 12:58 am

I have lost many Pinus with this fungus over the past 15 years but seem to have managed a way to contain its growth with a product soluble silicon, soak the leaves and soil every two weeks and the next leaves are formed without Lophodermium.

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Re: Lophodermium fungus

Post  yamasuri on Fri Oct 05, 2012 12:59 am

Hi Jean,
I'm not tree-disease expert. This I found on internet c/p

Because several Lophodermia can be involved
in the development of this disease in the
Northwest, successful control is more difficult
than has been reported in other areas. Spore
trapping has indicated the possibility of spores
being present during the 12 months of the year.
Spray trials have confirmed the necessity of
year around fungicide applications to
adequately control this disease. Daconil,
Maneb, and Dithane M-45 (Manzate 200) are
presently registered for use. Dithane M-45
(Manzate 200) has consistently given good
control in trials in Western Washington.
Fungicide applications should be made
monthly. During the rainy season, strict spray
schedules can be difficult, if not impossible to
keep. Therefore, attempts should be made to
apply them in "dry period" following winter
storms. A spreader-sticker such as Bioflim (4 oz. per 100 gallons of water) should be used in
combination with these fungicides. Be sure to follow all label directions and precautions.

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Re: Lophodermium fungus

Post  Jean Massumi on Fri Oct 05, 2012 9:07 pm

Thx Vlad...
Chaddad...vou falar contigo pelo forum do bonsai do.

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