canker stain

canker stain

[′kaŋ·kər ‚stān]
(plant pathology)
A fungus disease of plane trees caused by Endoconidiophora fimbriata platani and characterized by bluish-black or reddish-brown discolorations beneath blackened cankers on the trunk and sometimes the branches.
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Contract notice: Slaughter and disposal of trees affected by the canker stain along the country roads of ain and on other properties of the departmental council of ain.
However, new trees are of the Vallis Clausa variety that is resistant to a deadly and virulent disease: canker stain.
But by the same token, canker stain of London plane (Ceratocystis fimbriata), with its liking for warm conditions, has recently moved north from Marseilles to Bordeaux and looks to be heading towards the UK.
Contract notice: Single awarded a framework agreement on tree-cutting work within the framework of the fight against canker stain of plane tree.
Contract award notice: slaughter and disposal of 34 plane trees affected by canker stain disease caused by the fungus ceratocystis platani.
enforcement orders to market Article 77 of the public procurement code relating to the pruning of roadside trees and ornamental, felling and stump trees and plane trees affected by canker stain.
Contract notice: Felling and removal of trees affected by canker stain on the territory of the metropolis of lyon.
Total quantity or scope: Lot 1 Brief description of the main services signage, site cleaning, sending discharge procedures related to networks, pruning, maintenance pruning with curtain size pruning / Focus template, slaughter, grubbing, Slaughter and operations relating to Contaminated trees by canker stain.
Total quantity or scope: the market is a market with purchase orders on the work of felling trees along the Canal du Midi and its annexes, in the context of the fight against the canker stain of plane tree.