Published in Cancer Weekly, July 27th, 2004
"Dothistroma (red-band) needle blight has been a problem in plantations of exotic pines in the southern hemisphere for many decades. The prevalence of this disease is currently increasing in the northern hemisphere and is now affecting trees in their native ranges" reported R.E. Bradshaw and colleagues in a recent issue of the journal Forest Pathology.
"The fungal pathogen Mycosphaerella pini with its anamorph Dothistroma pini, which is...
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