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Phloem necrosis of American elm found in Lincoln, Nebraska


Phloem necrosis of American elm found in Lincoln, Nebraska



Plant Dis Reporter 31(9): 328



Phloem necrosis (virus) of American elms is continuing its westward progress and was identified in Lincoln, Nebraska, in 1947. It was observed in Richardson and Lancaster Counties. The infected trees in Lincoln represent the most northwestward point of advancement of the disease.

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