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First occurrence of laurel wilt disease caused by raffaelea lauricola on redbay trees in Mississippi.Author(s): J.J. Riggins; M. Hughes; J.A. Smith; Albert Mayfield; B. Layton; C. Balbalian; R. Campbell
Source: Plant Disease
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
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CitationRiggins, J.J.; Hughes, M.; Smith, J.A.; Mayfield, A.E., III.; Layton, B.; Balbalian, C.; Campbell, R. 2010 First occurrence of laurel wilt disease caused by raffaelea lauricola on redbay trees in Mississippi. Plant Disease 94: 634
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