Avocado and Phytophthora Cinnamomi

Avocado and Phytophthora Cinnamomi

Avocado and “Phytophthora Cinnamomi” Phytophthora cinnamomi is a soil-born water mould that produces an infection which causes a condition in plants called root rot dieback. The plant pathogen is one of the world’s most invasive species and is present in over 70 countries around the world. In addition to damage to native woodlands, P. cinnamomi can also infect fruit trees, […]

Jemella in Pandanus

Jemella in Pandanus

By the mid 1990’s a small fatid Jammella australiae, a native of Northern Australia was devestating Pandanus Palms along the Southern Coast of Queensland.
Surveys in Noosa National Park of 3200 palms showed a high correlation between fatid numbers and tree health with up to 500,000 on a single tree.

Feral Tree Control

Feral Tree Control

Q.D.N.R. trial work done treating Schinus terebinthifolius along Oxley Creek an inner city waterway Brisbane, Aust. The shinus were displacing native mangroves eucalypts etc, site was a wildlife and fish breading area with a high public presence.

Where to Inject

When a tree is large enough it should be injected between one and two metres [green Lines] above ground level, and preferably beyond the point [ bluelines] where at some future date it will be pruned, thereby removing most od the scarred tissue at that time.

Forest Trees

Forest Trees

We all have some childhood memories that seem to be revisited regularly, one of the writer’s is from just after WW2 of the clattering rumble of fully laded brewery trucks, with iron wheels, solid rubber tyres, traversing the inner city streets of Sydney, Australia.