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Contents

2 From the editor
3 President’s report
4 Letters
6 Obituary: Les Gruebner
7 Mixed forest model for the West Coast
11 How to make a solar dehydrator
14 Oakleaf papaya
17 Cold hardy subtropicals
18 Research update
20 Hazelnut repository
22 Tree lateral tie downs
23 Conference 2017
27 Insiders guide to walnuts
31 Finding the right pollinator
32 A plum summary
33 Plum maturity chart
34 Non-crop host plants of tomato psyllid
37 Knowledge in a nutshell
38 How to shell a chestnut
41 The great avocado hunt
44 Using copper nails to treat tree diseases
46 Pips & Pieces
48 Subscriptions

Issue 88 References

Non-crop host plants of tomato psyllid

1. Munyaneza JE, et al. 2007. J Econ Entomol 100(3): 656-663.
2. Burckhardt D, et al. 2014. Fla Entomol 97: 242-246.
3. Knowlton GF, et al. 1934, J Econ Entomol 27: 547.
4. Wallis RL 1955. Ecological studies on the potato psyllid as pest of potatoes. US Department of Agriculture.
5. CRC Plant biosecurity 2016. Tomato potato psyllid host plants are not just solanaceae crops. 2 October 2016. http://www.pbcrc.com.au/news/2016/pbcrc/tomato-potato-psyllid-host-plants-are-not-just-solanaceae-crops.
6. Roy B, et al. 2004. An illustrated guide to the common weeds of New Zealand. New Zealand Plant Protection Society.
7. nzflora 2015. Lycium barbarum L. 26 June 2015. http://www.nzflora.info.factsheet/Taxon/Lycium_barbarum.html.
8. Webb CJ, et al. 1988. L. barbarum L., Sp. Pl. 192 (1753). In: Flora of New Zealand. Volume IV: Naturalised pteridophytes, gymnosperms, dicotyledons. 29 June 2015. http://FloraSeries.LandcareResearch.co.nz.
9. Parsons MJ, et al. 1998. Lycium barbarum. In: Current names for wild gymnosperms, dicotyledons and monocotyledons (except grasses) in New Zealand: as used in Herbarium CHR. Lincoln, New Zealand, Manaaki Whenua Press. 102.
10. Vereijssen J, et al. 2015. New Dis. Rep. 32, 1. http://dx.doi.org/10.5197/j.2044-0588.2015.032.001

Using copper nails to treat tree diseases

1 Burke, E., Chlorosis of Trees. Plant Physiology Vol 2 No 7 1932
2 Koenig, R., and Kuhns, M, Control of Iron Chlorosis in Ornamental and Crop Plants. Utah State University Extension AG-SO-01 2002.
3 Chandler , W., Zinc as a Nutrient for Plants. Botanical Gazette Vol. 98, No. 4 1937
4 Shaaban, M., Trunk Nutrition. Advances in Citrus Nutrition, pp 101-112 2012
5 Perry, T., et al. Exploring Alternatives to Tree Injection. Journal of Arboriculture vol 17 no 8 1991

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