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Phytophthora species in soils associated with declining and nondeclining oaks in Missouri forestsAuthor(s): B.W. Schwingle; J. Juzwik; J. Eggers; B. Moltzan
Source: Plant Disease. 91(5): 633.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Northern Research Station
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DescriptionPeriodic episodes of oak decline have occurred in the Missouri Ozark forests since the early 1900s and the disease is currently severe.
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CitationSchwingle, B.W.; Juzwik, J.; Eggers, J.; Moltzan, B. 2007. Phytophthora species in soils associated with declining and nondeclining oaks in Missouri forests. Plant Disease. 91(5): 633.
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