Pruning Western White Pine: A Vital Tool for Species Restoration

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Chris C. Schnepf and John W. Schwandt
PNW 584 | Published June 2006, Reviewed 2023


Pruning young white pine can increase survival of individual trees exposed to white pine blister rust and help restore the species in Inland Northwest forests. Learn when and how to prune and the silvicultural and economic issues to consider. Heavily illustrated sections cover identification of blister rust cankers, blister rust monitoring, and identification of blister rust's alternate host-plants in the genus Ribes.

About the authors

Chris C. Schnepf
Extension forester
University of Idaho
John W. Schwandt
Forest pathologist
USDA Forest Service

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