How to Manage Pests

Pests in Gardens and Landscapes

Relative Susceptibility of Pines (Pinus spp.) in California to Nantucket Pine Tip Moth

Not infested

Pinus armandii, P. attenuata, P. bungeana, P. canariensis, P. caribaea, P. coulteri, P. edulis, P. gerardiana, P. monophylla, P. montezumae, P. mugo, P. nigra, P. palustris, P. pinaster, P. pinea, P. thunbergiana, P. torreyana

Under 25% of tips infested

P. flexilis, P. halepensis, P. jeffreyi, P. oocarpa, P. ponderosa, P. rigidia, P. taeda


About 30 to 40% of tips infested

P. brutia, P. cembroides, P. muricata, P. patula, P. pseudostrobus, P. roxburghii, P. sabiniana, P. sylvestris

About 50 to 85% of tips infested

P. contorta, P. densiflora, P. echinata, P. glabra, P. insularis, P. radiata, P. resinosa, P. virginiana


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