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Pest and Disease Information

* Oregon Dept. of Forestry deadshoots

Affected Trees:
Ponderosa Pine and Lodgepole Pine.

* Complete Image Citations:
- Image #1: Oregon Dept. of Forestry


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Eucosma sonomana
Western pineshoot borer

 

Description of Pest/Symptoms

The western pineshoot borer is a significant pest on young open-grown pine. The adult is a coppery-red moth and lays its eggs on elongating shoots in the spring. The larvae bore through the terminal shoots, stunting and sometimes killing them. Tree height is reduced and forked tops often result. shortened terminal needles, exit hole near the middle of the shoot.

Information on this Pest

pdf Western Pine Shoot Borer, Forest Health Note

pdfCalifornia Forest Insect and Disease Training Manual

General Information and Contacts

 yellow arrow CA Agricultural Commissioners

 yellow arrow CA Cooperative Extensions

 yellow arrow Cal Fire - California Forest Improvement Program (CFIP)

 yellow arrow Cal Fire - Contact an Urban Forestry Advisor

 yellow arrow Cal Fire - Forestry Assistance

 yellow arrow Cal Fire - Pest Management

 yellow arrow Cal Fire - Vegetation Management

 yellow arrow California Department of Food and Agriculture

 yellow arrow California National Forests - Offices

 yellow arrow California ReLEAF

 yellow arrow California Urban Forests Council - Regional Councils

 yellow arrow Fire Safe Council - Find a Local Council

 yellow arrow Forest Health and Protection

 yellow arrow Forest Pest Conditions Pacific Southwest Region

 yellow arrow Southern California Mountain Area Safety Taskforce

General Grant Resources

yellow arrow California Oak Mortality Task Force - grants

yellow arrow California ReLEAF Grants

yellow arrow Fire Safe Council Grants Clearing House

yellow arrow Fuels Reduction Program

yellow arrow Grants.gov


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