Fire blight, also written fireblight, is a contagious disease affecting apples, pears,
and some other members of the family Rosaceae. It is a serious concern to ...
Fire blight, caused by the bacterium Erwinia amylovora, is a common and
frequently destructive disease of pome fruit trees and related plants. Pear (Pyrus
I. Introduction: Fire blight is a destructive bacterial disease of apples and pears
that kills blossoms, shoots, limbs, and, sometimes, entire trees. The disease is ...
Identification, Control, of Fire Blight, a bacterial disease of apple trees that can kill
blossoms, new green shoots, branches, and sometimes entire trees in ...
Symptoms of fire blight can be observed on all above ground tissues including
blossoms, fruits, shoots, branches and limbs, and in the rootstock near the graft ...
Fire blight is one of the most devastating and difficult-to-control diseases of many
fruit trees including apple and pear, and other rosaceous ornamental plants.
Named for the scorched appearance of infected leaves, fire blight is a destructive
bacterial disease (Erwinia amylovora) found on apples, pears and other ...
Fire blight is destructive to apple and quince trees and is the most serious pear
disease in the eastern United States. In recent years, significant losses to the ...
What is fire blight? Fire blight is a contagious, systemic, bacterial disease and is
prevalent on apple and pear trees during cool, wet springs.
www.btny.purdue.edu. Fire Blight on Fruit trees in the Home orchard. Janna
Beckerman. Department of Botany and Plant Pathology, Purdue University. BP-