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Identifying and Managing Cankers on Landscape Trees CEU Quiz

By Marion Murray

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Arborist News quizzes are available free online to members for one year after the date of publication; a maximum of six quizzes are available at any time. CEU quizzes for older articles may be purchased by both members and non-members.

Sunken, loose bark, or oozing sap on trunks or limbs may indicate a canker, especially if associated with branch dieback. On trees, cankers are areas of localized necrosis of the bark and cambium, caused by a plant pathogen, typically a fungus or bacteria. Some canker-causing pathogens are a minor pest of trees, while others may cause branch failure or even tree death. Management of canker diseases focuses primarily on prevention and sanitation. (A, M, T, Bs, Bp)

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