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Diseases of Deciduous Trees: Honeylocust - Nectria Canker

Branch dieback caused by Nectria canker. Cankers girdle the branch disrupting the flow of nutrients and water. Photo courtesy of Robert Blanchette.

Young cankers progress down the branch into the main trunk. The infected area is lighter in color (orange to red). Photo courtesy of Robert Blanchette.


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