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Sudden branch death is one symptom of fireblight.
Infected trees will ooze bacteria under certain
environmental conditions. This may then splash onto
surrounding branches and spread the disease.
Prune out infected branches at least 30 centimetres (12 inches) below any sign of cankers. Pruning tools must be sterilized between cuts using gasline antifreeze, a 10% bleach solution or in 70% rubbing alcohol. Soak your tools for at least one minute between cuts to prevent spreading the disease. Destroy pruned out wood immediately.
NOTE: Fireblight is a regulated disease through the Agricultural Pests Act (PDF, 458 KB) and Regulation (PDF, 399 KB). It has been identified as having the potential to be devastating to agricultural operations in Alberta, and as such, appointed inspectors may enter onto property at any time to inspect for and treat this disease. If found on your property, the disease must be controlled.
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