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Avoiding and Remedying Abiotic Injury of Trees

Marion Murray, Utah State University

A large percentage of urban trees are affected by abiotic stresses and diseases such as drought, nutrient deficiency, and poor pruning practices. Learn about the effects these stresses have on trees and how to diagnose and mitigate them.

Marion has been the IPM Project Leader at Utah State University Extension since 2006. She conducts outreach and research in integrated pest management of fruits and landscape ornamentals, and distributes seasonal pest advisories to thousands of producers and professionals in Utah.

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