Definition of Needle blight
1. Noun. A disease of conifers causing the needles to fall.
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Literary usage of Needle blight
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1. The Forester: A Practical Treatise on British Forestry and Arboriculture for by John Nisbet (1905)
"... the Silver Fir Needle-blight Fungus, is a very common and destructive parasite, which very often in damp localities attacks thriving young poles and the ..."
2. Sessional Papers by Ontario Legislative Assembly (1919)
"check over conditions with respect to the needle blight of white pine—of which ... Considerable attention was given during the summer to " needle blight" or ..."
3. Wild Land Shrub and Arid Land Restoration Symposium: Proceedings edited by Bruce A. Roundy, E. Durant McArthur, Jennifer S. Hayley, David K. Mann (1996)
"needle blight and tip dieback were two unidentified diseases that were common at the ... In some sites, 80% of the trees had needle blight and tip dieback ..."
4. Report by Forestry and Recreation Commission, New Hampshire, New Hampshire Forestry and Recreation Commission (1908)
"THE PINE BLIGHT OF 1907, (needle blight.) On the first of August, 1907, the commission received a letter from Plaistow, stating that the pines in that ..."
5. Manual of Tree Diseases by William Howard Rankin (1918)
"... needle blight. In The blights of coniferous nursery stock. U. 8. Dept. Agr. Bui. 44 : 15-16. 1913. Graves, A. lI. Notes on diseases of trees in the ..."
6. Phytopathology by American Phytopathological Society (1917)
"A needle blight of Douglas fir. Jour. Agr. Research 10: 99-104. 3 fig., pi. 12. Jy. 9, 1917. The fungus is vigorously parasitic and is apparently confined ..."