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Water and fertilize as needed. Remove diseased trees. Prune away dead, dying, and diseased branches. Prevent pest infestations, which can help provide protection..
Canker diseases result when a fungal or bacterial pathogen enters bark or sapwood through a wound. Eventually the tree's vascular system becomes blocked and nutrients cannot flow. Depending on where the canker is, this blockage can cause branches to die. If it's wrapped around the trunk, the entire tree may die.
Polypores are also called bracket fungi or shelf fungi, and they characteristically produce woody, shelf- or bracket-shaped or occasionally circular fruiting bodies that are called conks. Most polypores inhabit tree trunks or branches consuming the wood, but some soil-inhabiting species form mycorrhiza with trees.
To prevent infection, ensure: the tree is healthy and that it receives the proper amount of water and nourishment, providing extra water or fertilizer as necessary. Make sure your soil drains properly for your tree species and avoid overwatering the tree. Use fungicides when necessary.
Citrus greening, or huanglongbing, a bacterial disease delivered by sapsucking insects, has devastated Florida's citrus industry and now threatens California's.