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Vanek, Seagraves and Potter 2012. Maples choose their battles against common insect and mite pests.

Relevant information about which maple cultivars are tolerant of common insect and mite pests. One of the easiest ways to prevent pest problems is to plant trees that are tolerant or not susceptible to pests. This article determines which ones met these criteria for a number of common maple pests. Vanek, S., B. Seagraves, and D. Potter. 2012. Fall Nursery News. pp. 11-15.

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This project received support from the North Carolina Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services as part of the Specialty Crops Block Grant Program.

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