Dieback

Decline that proceeds slowly from the tips of branches in towards the trunk.
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dieback

(arboriculture) a condition in trees or woody plants in which peripheral parts are killed, either by parasites or due to conditions such as acid rain.
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dieback

[n] - a disease of plants characterized by the gradual dying of the young shoots starting at the tips and progressing to the larger branches
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dieback

noun a disease of plants characterized by the gradual dying of the young shoots starting at the tips and progressing to the larger branches
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Dieback

A process caused by disease or pests. It is the death of the tips of branches and shoots. It can progress until the whole plant dies.
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Dieback

A process caused by disease or pests. It is the death of the tips of branches and shoots. It will progress until the whole plant dies.
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dieback

common symptom or name of disease, especially of woody plants, characterized by progressive death of twigs, branches, shoots, or roots, starting at ... [2 related articles]
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Dieback

Death of living tissues, usually leaves and twigs first, that progress from the outside or top of the tree towards the interior or base.
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Dieback

Decay from the tip of a shoot towards the main stem or root of a plant
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Dieback

Decline that proceeds slowly from the tips of branches in towards the trunk.
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Dieback

Decline that proceeds slowly from the tips of branches in towards the trunk.
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Dieback

General name for a significant decline in tree health and numbers, especially native trees; caused by a variety of agents, including insect attack, disease, pollution and human-induced changes to the environment.
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dieback

Progressive death of shoots, branches and roots generally starting at the tip.
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dieback

Signs of a lack of vigor in any tree. Causes are numerous and increasing. Much research is being done on Maple decline and its possible link to environmental factors.
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Dieback

The death of tips of shoots caused by damage or disease.
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Dieback

The progressive death of branches or shoots beginning at the tips and moving toward the main stem.
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