Forest Health Protection- Alaska Disease, Insect & Invasive Plant Specialists

Last updated: 05-20-2018

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Forest Health Protection- Alaska Disease, Insect & Invasive Plant Specialists

Spruce bud blight (Gemmamyces piceae) was first detected in Alaska in 2013 and has now been detected at well over 100 sites from the Kenai to Fairbanks but not in Southeast Alaska. Click the image for more info. Select forest diseases, insects and noninfectious disorders from the menu below for their current status, distribution, historic activity, symptoms, biology, and impacts to host trees and forest management. Our annual report, Forest Health Conditions in Alaska 2017, is hot off the press!


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