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Elm leaf rosette and woolly aphid of the apple

by Edith M. Patch

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Published by Maine Agricultural Experiment Station in Orono .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Elm,
  • Woolly apple aphid,
  • Diseases and pests

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statement[Edith M. Patch]
    SeriesBulletin / Maine Agricultural Experiment Station -- 256
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. 330-344, [5] leaves of plates :
    Number of Pages344
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25618664M
    OCLC/WorldCa20141532

    Woolly Aphids get their name from the waxy excretion they carry as a form of protection from predators. At first inspection this may make them appear to be a fungus. They usually appear in the spring on some fruit trees and shrubs such as apple, pear, prunus, pyracantha, cotoneaster, elm, hawthorn and mountain ash.   Is Aug Woolly Apple Aphid. Woolly apple aphid, Eriosoma lanigerum, is common this year on crabapple, cotoneaster, strawberry, and other rose family rose family hosts include hawthorn, mountain ash, and pyracantha. From a distance, stem and leaf undersides appear whitish and cottony.

    Pear-bedstraw aphid (Dysaphis pyri) is a large, pinky-brown aphid with a waxy coating and is the commonest aphid on pears. It attacks the young shoots and causes leaf curl and discoloration. It spends the summer on gallium (bedstraw). Rosy apple aphid (Dysaphis plantaginea) is pink to grey with a waxy coating. It infests leaves and blossom in. Woolly Elm Aphid feeding on elm leaves Swollen, spongy root 1 Elm Life Cycle Overwinter Elm mid-June to 2 mid-July September 5 Saskatoon Berry 3 July July-4 October Photo by L. Harris Management Strategies Orthene / Admire application (soil injection or drench) can be made for plants that are less than 4 years old (non-bearing plants) as well File Size: 1MB.

      Elm trees are susceptible to a few common insects. Aphids are among these insects. Aphids can be brown, black, red and even yellow. They are tiny and have pear-shaped bodies. Aphids have piercing-sucking mouth parts and can drain all the nutrients out of the leaves of your elm tree. Aphids reproduce quickly so it is. The seasonal abundance of woolly apple aphid (Eriosoma lanigerum Hausmann) was studied from to in commercial orchards in central Washington State. There was a single period of crawler migration on the tree trunks each year lasting from 7 to 16 wk. The peak period of crawler activity ranged from early June to late July, although peaks in June were more Cited by:


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Elm leaf rosette and woolly aphid of the apple by Edith M. Patch Download PDF EPUB FB2

Spring feeding damage by the woolly apple aphid (WAA) causes shoots to form rosette-like structures comprised of curled, twisted, and stunted leaves. The affected leaves overlap producing cavities within which the aphids live and feed.

Elm Leaf Curl and Woolly Aphid of the Apple is an article from Science, Volume View more articles from this article on this. Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link) http Author: Edith M.#N# (Edith Marion) Patch.

WOOLLY APHID OF THE APPLE. l75 the abdomen is found to be dark yellowish red or rusty brovm. These are the fall migrants that leave t'he apple and seek the elm before giving birth to the generation of trne sexes,-minute, wingless, beakless creatures, the female of Author: Edith M.

Patch. Aphids feed on buds and young leaves, causing heavily infested leaves to curl into a rosette. By spring or early summer, a generation of winged aphids called "alates" are produced. These migrate to apple (or other hosts, such as pear, hawthorn, and mountain ash) and produce repeat wingless generations that feed on the host throughout the : Jim Walgenbach.

Identification & Distribution: On their secondary host (apple) Eriosoma lanigerum wingless females are purple, red or brown and are covered in thick white flocculent is produced by distinct wax glands on the head and along the thorax and abdomen.

The six segmented antennae are times the length of the body. The body length of Eriosoma lanigerum. Areopraon lepelleyi is another species of wasp which is a parasitoid of the woolly apple aphid.

In addition, entomopathogenic nematodes have been used to control root-dwelling populations of E. lanigerum. Host plants. The host plants include apple, pear, Prunus spp, crab apple, Pyracantha, Cotoneaster, elm, hawthorn and mountain : Insecta.

If you want to get rid of apple aphids, concentrate on getting rid of rosy apple aphids and woolly apple aphids. Two other aphid species, the green apple aphid (Aphis pomi) and the apple-grass aphid (Rhopalosiphum oxyacanthae) will often be present as well, but they seldom cause significant damage except in nurseries and on young trees.

Woolly apple aphid is a sucking insect pest that weakens the tree by feeding on limbs and roots. It gets its name from the woolly appearance of its colonies.

Long strands of white wax are produced that help to protect the colony of purple aphids from predators and pesticide sprays. Symptoms Top of page E.

lanigerum occurs on the both the aerial and subterranean woody tissue of apple. It does not feed on the leaves. Aphid colonies on the trunk, branches or twigs can cause deformations, blisters, splitting and cancer-like swellings of the bark (Blackman and Eastop, ).Compounds in aphid saliva that are toxic to trees are partly responsible for the severity.

Thiacloprid (Calypso) is active against a wide range of other important apple pests including rosy apple aphid, apple grass aphid, sawfly, capsids, mussel scale and leaf hoppers.

However, it has little activity against woolly aphid and is considered to have some adverse effects on earwigs in orchards if it is used later in the season after. PREVENTING WOOLLY APHIDS IN APPLE TREES There are two main actions you can take to reduce the likelihood of a woolly aphid attack.

The first is to buy apple trees on rootstocks which are resistant to woolly aphid attack. The most resistant, commonly available rootstock is MM The woolly elm aphid overwinters as an egg in bark crevices on elm.

In the spring eggs hatch and female aphids emerge. These females feed on foliage, causing the leaves to curl, forming a protective enclosure. The females mature within the leaf curl and give rise to a large second generation of females, most of which develop into winged aphids.

These winged aphids migrate from elm. Woolly apple aphid infestations on pyracantha bushes around campus. These produce cottony fluff along the branches. When you brush away the fluff (really it is wax the aphids produce) you will see hundreds of pink or grey aphids crawling around.

Woolly apple aphids have been out for a month or so now but are becoming very noticeable now. Common Name: Wooly apple aphid Scientific Name: Eriosoma lanigerum (Hausmann) Order: Homoptera Description: Aphids are reddish-purplish, wingless or winged and covered with woolly, bluish-white wax masses.

Several other aphid species (Paraprociphilus spp., Eriosoma spp., Stegophylla spp.) produce large quantities of woolly wax filaments and infest leaves of. Woolly Aphid Control. Since severe woolly aphid attacks rarely occur, there is little need for woolly aphid pesticide for control.

Generally, their numbers are kept low with natural predators like lacewings, ladybugs, hover flies, and parasitic wasps. If desired, you can spot treat where the aphids are most abundant using insecticidal soap or. Common name Woolly aphid also known as American blight Latin name Eriosoma lanigerum Plants affected Edible and crab apples, pyracantha and Cotoneaster horizontalis Main symptoms Lumpy swellings on the bark and, in summer, colonies of aphids covered in white fluff on the trunk and branches Caused by A sap-sucking insect (aphid) Timing April-October.

Elm leaf rosette and woolly aphid of the apple / (Orono: Maine Agricultural Experiment Station, ), by Edith M. Patch (page images at HathiTrust) Elm leaves ([New Haven, Conn., Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor, printers, ]), by Elizabeth S.

Hill (page images at HathiTrust) Elm leaves; a collection of verses from Yale undergraduate publications. Woolly aphid is a nuisance.

One of my Camellias in the garden is prone to woolly aphid. I keep it under control by spraying and shrubbing with soapy water and spirit. When plants in the greenhouse show woolly aphids I touch them with a.

Plants affected. Apple, pear, prunus, crab apple, pyracantha, cotoneaster, elm, hawthorn and mountain ash trees. About Apple woolly aphid. Adult aphids. Woolly apple aphids on a crabapple branch. When parasitized by wasps, the aphid turns black. () Photo: John Davidson Woolly apple aphids on a branch.

(W85) Photo: Whitney Cranshaw Curling of elm leaf caused by woolly apple aphid. (W86) Photo: Whitney Cranshaw. Margaret Sirl demonstrates how to treat the very serious problem caused by Wooly Aphids in apple trees.

The insecticides she recommends are Lebaycid and Baythroid, and also using lime suplhur.Woolly Apple Aphid (E. lanigerum) is another native pest that is prominently cited in historic records as a pest of American elms. Spring feeding by this aphid causes shoots to form rosette-like structures comprised of twisted and stunted leaves.