Ceratocystis Canker of Bitternut Hickory Caused by Ceratocystis smalleyi in the North-Central and Northeastern United StatesAuthor(s): J.-H. Park; J. Juzwik; L.M. Haugen
Source: Plant Disease. 94(2): 277.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Northern Research Station
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Between 2006 and 2008, diffuse cankers without surrounding callus and callus-edged sunken cankers were observed on main stems of poletimber (13 to 28 cm in diameter at 1.4 m high) and sawtimber (>28 cm in diameter) bitternut hickory (Carya cordiformis) in Iowa, Indiana, Minnesota, New York, Ohio, and Wisconsin.
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CitationPark, J.H.; Juzwik, J.; Haugen, L.M. 2010. Ceratocystis Canker of Bitternut Hickory Caused by Ceratocystis smalleyi in the North-Central and Northeastern United States. Plant Disease 94(2). P277.
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