Canadian Forest Service Publications
Forest insect and disease conditions, Kamloops Forest District, British Columbia, 1977. 1978. Andrews, R.J.; Monts, J.S. Fisheries and Environment Canada, Canadian Forest Service, Pacific Forest Research Centre, Victoria, BC. Information Report BC-X-172. 7 p.
Issued by: Pacific Forestry Centre
Catalog ID: 1849
Series: Information Report (PFC - Victoria)
Availability: PDF (download)
Bark beetles caused extensive mortality of lodgepole pine, Engelmann spruce, Douglas-fir and alpine fir throughout the Kamloops Forest District. Spruce budworm continued to cause severe defoliation in the Fraser Canyon - Carpenter Lake area but infestations declined near Adams and Shuswap lakes. A pine sawfly defoliated lodgepole pine near Vavenby and Clearwater River. A cooperative survey detected European pine shoot moth in pines at Kamloops and Kelowna. Foliar diseases were abundant on a variety of hosts and root rot infections were extensive in the Okanagan Valley.