A Technical Report from The Bartlett Tree Research Laboratories

Keithia blight leads to blighting, twig dieback, and branch death on species of cedar and juniper The pathogen is most damaging on western red cedar. This disease is found throughout North America but is most common in the Pacific Northwest and Western Canada. Small trees, lower branches of larger trees, and hedges are most likely to be affected.



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