Exotic Pest Reporting
Ned Tisserat, Colorado State University, Bugwood.org
Thousand cankers disease
Thousand cankers disease (Geosmithia morbida) is a fungal pathogen of Black Walnut. It was first detected in New Mexico in 2001.
Transmitted by the Walnut Twig Beetle, this disease is devastating Black Walnut Trees in the Western United States. The first infestation east of the Mississippi was detected in Tennessee in the summer of 2010. This is just one of many forest diseases that is moved to un-infested forests by humans moving firewood. Help protect our forest treasures: don't move firewood!
Summaries of State Plant Protection Laws and Regulations
06/30/2016 - Donít move firewood
04/05/2016 - Thousand Cankers Disease Survey Guidelines Available
06/16/2015 - There is a disease - should I sell my trees?
05/06/2015 - There is a disease - should I sell my trees
08/15/2014 - Kansas, Missouri on Watch for Invasive Pests
07/01/2014 - Third Apple Moth triggers quarantine for Ukiah
07/01/2014 - Thousand Canker Disease affects walnut trees
04/16/2014 - Exotic Pests Invade California Landscapes
02/09/2014 - Thousand Cankers Disease found in western U.S.