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Diplodia leader dieback. Diplodia crown wilt. Diplodia whorl canker



Diplodia leader dieback. Diplodia crown wilt. Diplodia whorl canker



Forest Pathology in New Zealand, Forest Research Institute, New Zealand (7): 4



Descriptions are given of the symptoms and development of these diseases caused by D. pinea. The fungus is distributed throughout New Zealand, and its hosts are several pine species (including Pinus radiata), Pseudotsuga menziesii and Chamaecyparis lawsoniana.

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