When a stem dies back from the tip because of disease or injury.
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.
Tips and shoots dying on live plants. Often the dieback will progress up the stem or branch to the main stem so it is important to cut off the dead part.
() The progressive dying, usually backwards from the tip, of any portion of a plant. ( BCFT). () The death of the shoot, the root remaining alive.
plant disease symptom where one or more individual stems or branches start to die at the tip, with the disease spreading down toward the base of the stem.
progressive death of shoots, leaves, or roots, beginning at the tips.
disease in trees, leaves bare branches.
The death of the tops of plants. This can occur naturally, due to climatic conditions, or unnaturally, due to disease or stress.
a disease of plants characterized by the gradual dying of the young shoots starting at the tips and progressing to the larger branches
A very serious fungal disease causing the dieback of individual branches and possibly the death of the tree.
Dieback is the progressive death of branches or shoots beginning at the tips and moving toward the main stem, or trunk.
The death of stems beginning at the tip; caused by disease, damage, or stress.
The progressive dying back, from the top downward, of leaves and branches and eventually often the whole plant. In Western Australia, particularly applied to the effects of the root rot fungus Phytophthora cinnamomi.
condition of death of many terminal branches.
Death of shoots or branch tips caused by drought, insects, disease, lack of light or extreme weather conditions.
occurs when a plant's stems die for part of their length, beginning at the tips—causes may include inadequate moisture, nutrient deficiency, poor climate adaptation and severe injury from pests or diseases Drip Line— circle around a tree directly under its outermost branch tips
Progressive death of shoots, branches, and roots generally starting at the tips.
the progressive dying, from the tip downward, of twigs, branches, tops, or roots of plants.
Death at the tips of a plant, usually the result of disease or damage.
Death of growth beginning at tip from disease or injury.
The death of young shoots or branch tips, due to extreme weather conditions or any of several fungus diseases.
Dead apical parts, usually twigs or limbs; also the process of dying from the outside in.
The death of tips of shoots caused by damage or disease.
Extensive death of twigs beginning at the tips and moving down to base.