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    Climbers' CornerTree Academy
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    Why Tree Diseases Are So Difficult to Manage

    Summary

    Infectious tree diseases are sometimes difficult to understand and manage, especially relative to how they differ from insect infestations and non-infectious tree diseases. This talk will focus on the unique aspects of infectious diseases and why they are so difficult to manage, including the fact that pathogen inoculum is microscopic when infections occur, and the fact that infections can be latent for days, weeks, months and years before symptoms develop. We will use case studies and profiles of key historic, emerging, and threatening tree diseases to elucidate the difficulties of plant health management for infectious diseases.   

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    Jim Chatfield is an Associate Professor and Extension Specialist for Ohio State University Extension. His focus is on community forestry, plant pathology, plant problem diagnostics, and tree selection research. He holds an M.S. degree in plant pathology from Ohio State University and is the President of the International Ornamental Crabapple Society.

    Joe Boggs is an Assistant Professor and Extension Educator with Ohio State University Extension in Hamilton County and the Entomology Department.  He focuses on invasive insect educational and control strategies and all things entomological.  

     

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