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First report of stem dieback and leaf spot of Leucothoe caused by Cylindrocladium colhounii in North Carolina
Author(s): D. M. Benson, K. C. Parker, M. Munster, K. L. Ivors
Journal: Plant Health Progress
Article Topic(s): Pathology, Propagation
Research Setting(s): Nursery
Species Referenced: Leucothoe axillaris (Coastal doghobble),
AbstractProvides the first report of a pathogenic fungus affecting Leucothoe axillaris in pots under nursery production in North Carolina. The resulting leaf spot and shoot dieback resulted in over 50% mortality in some blocks of plants. This article is available without a subscription at the following link: http://www.plantmanagementnetwork.org/sub/php/brief/2011/Leucothoe/
Suggested CitationD. M. Benson, K. C. Parker, M. Munster, and K. L. Ivors. "First report of stem dieback and leaf spot of Leucothoe caused by Cylindrocladium colhounii in North Carolina." Plant Health Progress. June (2011): PHP.