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Title: Clitocybe tabescens associated with decline and death of Chinese elm and water oak
Author: Filer, T. H. Jr.; McCracken, F. I.;
Source: Plant Disease Reporter 53(10):840
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Description: In 1964, decline symptoms were found on 48 Chinese elms (Ulmus parvifolia) and 2 water oaks (Quercus nigra) in Washington County, Mississippi. Some of their foliage was yellowish, and small lateral branches were dying in parts of the crowns. Large branches later died and the entire crowns were infected.
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Filer, T. H., Jr.; McCracken, F. I. 1969. Clitocybe tabescens associated with decline and death of Chinese elm and water oak. Plant Disease Reporter 53(10):840.
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