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1.Black knot

Hard swollen black galls (tumor like growths) form on branches and occasionally on trunks. Many Prunus trees tolerate black knot. Tolerant trees have many galls throughout the tree with few negative ...

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2.The signs of a sick olive tree

Olive knot is characterised by creamy whitish rough galls 1.25 to 5 cm (1/2 inch to 2 inches) in diameter that appear on the trunk and branches of a tree. The galls turn black over time and may ooze ...

From : eHow UK

3.How to hang a hammock on a tree: 4 steps for installing this summertime seating solution

Embrace a boho style in your backyard by learning how to hang a hammock on a tree – it's the perfect way to relax in the ...

From : MSN

4.IN THE GARDEN: Pruning a branch infected by "black knot" fungus is best method of control

Q: Can you identify this for me? [The reader sent photos.] It was on two small trees I cut down. A: Your black cherry tree had a case of black knot, a common fungal disease. When a tree is ...

From : Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

5.Black knot

How can you recognize Black Knot? The most distinguishing symptom of Black Knot is the characteristic black, tar-like swellings that develop on branches of the infected plant. Photo Credit: Tricia ...

From : Quest A+

6.Apiosporina morbosa [syn. Dibotryon morbosum]

Knots or galls develop from swellings on branches and trunks of infected trees ... Management: Wild plums and cherries are very prone to infection by the black knot fungus. Symptoms on wild Prunus may ...

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Wikipedia sayings about knot on a tree trunk

1.Timber hitch

of the instruments. Timber hitch on a tree trunk. Timber hitches on the bridge of a classical guitar To make the knot, pass the rope completely around hitch

2.Dibotryon morbosum

centres in North America have black knot control programs. Black knot occurs only on the woody parts of trees, primarily on twigs and branches, but can spread morbosum