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Title: First report of Armillaria root disease caused by Armillaria tabescens on Araucaria araucana in Veracruz, Mexico

Author: Kim, M.-S.; Klopfenstein, N. B.; Hanna, J. W.; Cannon, P.; Medel, R.; Lopez, A.

Date: 2010

Source: Plant Disease. 94(6): 784.

Publication Series: Journal/Magazine Article (JRNL)

Description: In September 2007, bark samples were collected from the root collar of a single Araucaria araucana tree that had recently died and was suspected of being killed by Armillaria root disease. Disease symptoms and signs included a thinning crown and fruiting bodies at the tree base over a several-year period before tree death.

Keywords: Armillaria root disease, Armillaria tabescens, Araucaria araucana

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Kim, M.-S.; Klopfenstein, N. B.; Hanna, J. W.; Cannon, P.; Medel, R.; Lopez, A. 2010. First report of Armillaria root disease caused by Armillaria tabescens on Araucaria araucana in Veracruz, Mexico. Plant Disease. 94(6): 784.

 


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