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Extension of range of Grovesinia pyramidalis on black walnut



Extension of range of Grovesinia pyramidalis on black walnut



Plant Disease 68(10): 918



Zonate leaf spot of black walnut (Juglans nigra), caused by G. pyramidalis (anamorph Cristulariella moricola was found for the first time in Iowa in 1982 and in Minn. in 1983. The disease caused moderate defoliation in walnut plantations in the Yellow River State Forest in NE Iowa and severe defoliation in a 13-yr-old pole-size walnut plantation in Wabasha County, SE Minn.

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