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- Aegerter, B.J., et al. Show all 6 Authors
- Forest pathology 2011 v.41 no.3 pp. 227-232
- Gibberella circinata; Pinus radiata; exposure duration; induced resistance; pathogens; remission; trees; California
- ... Pitch canker, caused by Gibberella circinata, was discovered in California in 1986. Although initially quite damaging to Monterey pines (Pinus radiata), the severity of pitch canker has moderated in areas where the disease was first observed and some trees appear to have recovered completely. The absence of symptoms on trees that were once severely affected implies they have become more resistant ...
- Aegerter, B.J., et al. Show all 5 Authors
- Plant pathology 2006 v.55 no.2 pp. 231-237
- Gibberella; Fusarium; pathogenicity; Pseudotsuga menziesii; forest trees; genetic variation; seedling diseases; cankers (plants); tree diseases; fungal diseases of plants; disease resistance; Gibberella circinata; California
- Aegerter, B.J., et al. Show all 7 Authors
- Plant disease 2004 v.88 no.7 pp. 772
- Fusarium; plant pathogenic fungi; stem cankers; fungal diseases of plants; new geographic records; Pseudotsuga menziesii; rootstocks; Pinus radiata; Gibberella circinata; California
- ... The pitch canker fungus, Fusarium circinatum (teleomorph Gibberella circinata), was isolated from a branch originating from rootstock of a Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii) graft in a breeding orchard at 1,000m elevation in El Dorado County, California. We visited the orchard after the New Zealand Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry reported in November 2003 that a Douglas-fir scion (branch cut ...