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kenworth 436152 246 fire blight either
fire blight
bacteria disease one apple trees
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lots of apple orchards around here,most coverd with hail nets.
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half of this one had to be destroyed :-(
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corn has been plantet now.
note,the ash pile from the fire in the back.
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Nice pics JD :-)

Fire blight is quite topical here in Aus at the moment, as we dont have it here & the Kiwis want to import their apples into the country (& they do have fireblight).

Seems to be a devastating disease from your pics.
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we had it last year also,but this year even more due to hot weather in spring.
in Switzerland we are not allowed to treadet with antibiotica,all you can do is burn the whole part of the orchard wich is infestet. :-\
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How long would it remain in the soil? I guess being specific to apples, it wouldnt infest other crop species?
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its not affecting the soil,its only inside the trees,thats why they must be burned right away.
pear trees can also get it.
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one more resault on big old trees
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