We have a tree with fungi growing at the base of the trunk. What should we do?

You may want to hire a tree care professional and have them submit portions of the fruiting bodies growing at the base of the tree for analysis. For information on how to send in a sample, go to www.wooddecay.org. The sample must be sent in with a completed submission form and a signed donation letter […]

What can cause leaf tip scorch on redwood trees?

Leaf tip scorch symptoms on redwood trees are found from the lower to upper canopy and include healthy leaves interspersed with brown and grey leaves or portions of leaves. Grey leaves typically have black margins into the healthy tissue. Such symptoms are typically caused by a fungus called Pestalotiopsis funerea. They are commonly associated with […]

Armillaria is slowly killing my Thuja hedge. What is a comparable replacement hedge that will give me the same amount of privacy and be resistant to this fungus?

The first question to ask is what type of irrigation is being used currently on the hedge. Most landscape oak root fungus problems are due to overwatering in summer months. However, Thuja orientalis (=Platycladus orientalis) is quite susceptible to Armillaria even without heavy irrigation as highly susceptible species do not require excessively high soil moisture […]

Fun with Fungi: Mycology Careers

Journal Website Science Careers from the Journal Science Highlighting career paths and educational opportunities in Mycology. UCB’s Forest Pathology and Mycology is highlighted in Selected Mycology Labs.

Barcoding the Venice Fungal Collection

   

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