Ice and Freeze Damage to Ornamental and Fruit Trees: Implications and Remediation

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Ice and Freeze Damage to Ornamental and Fruit Trees: Implications and Remediation

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Title: Ice and Freeze Damage to Ornamental and Fruit Trees: Implications and Remediation
Author: Starbuck, Christopher J.; Warmund, Michele Renee, 1956-
Keywords: woody plants
full dormancy
extracellular ice
intracellular ice
pruning
Date: 2008-03
Publisher: University of Missouri Office of Extension
Abstract: Landscape and forest plants in the Midwest sustained extensive damage in 2007 from several storms of historic proportion. The purpose of this document is to place those events in historical perspective, to describe the types of damage observed and plant responses to it, to predict several long-term effects of this damage and to suggest approaches to remediation.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10355/10037
Other Identifiers: XR1

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