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Verticillium dahliae

IntroductionV. dahliae affects many important crops worldwide and causes economically significant losses in many countries. History...

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Lasiodiplodia theobromae

L. theobromae affects a very wide range of crops (see Host Range), particularly at the postharvest stage. As such rots are caused by...

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Puccinia psidii

P. psidii is a rust fungus with a wide and expanding host range within the Myrtaceae, with over 440 host species currently...

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Mycosphaerella pini

Dothistroma septospora (the anamorphic form of the fungus) has spread rapidly around the world since its identification as a serious crop pathogen...

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Sclerotinia sclerotiorum

IntroductionSclerotinia diseases may affect both yield and quality of crops; the range of crop losses can vary from 0 to100%...

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Armillaria mellea

A. mellea is distributed in western and southern Europe, the southern USA, southern Japan, probably Maghreb, Caucasus and the near Orient, and...

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Botryotinia fuckeliana

B. fuckeliana infects a very wide range of plants including field-grown crops such as grapes and greenhouse-grown vegetables, flowers and fruits....

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Abies concolor

A. concolor is an important forest tree that forms stand dominants over large areas of montane forest habitats in the Sierra Nevada,...

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Abies grandis

A review of A. grandis in its native range, including silvics and silviculture, is given by Klinka (2007). A. grandis is a...

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Acacia catechu

A. catechu is a fast growing, multipurpose nitrogen-fixing tree native to southern Asia, from Pakistan to Thailand. It occurs...

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