A Technical Report from The Bartlett Tree Research Laboratories

Fire blight is a destructive bacterial disease of many UK tree and shrub species. Depending on plant species, cultural practices and spring weather conditions, damage can range from death of one or more branches to tree death. The disease is most severe during warm, moist springs and on poorly drained sites. Young, vigorous plants, or those heavily fertilised with nitrogen, are most severely affected.



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