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The occurrence of ash rust in western Nova Scotia



The occurrence of ash rust in western Nova Scotia



Plant Dis Reporter 40(6): 580



Severe and widespread damage to white ash (Fraxinus americana) has been caused annually since 1951 by Puccinia sparganioides in the western counties of Nova Scotia. Black ash (Fraxinus nigra) has been affected to a lesser extent. Little is known of the epidemiology of this rust, and hence no satisfactory explanation can be offered for its sudden increase in intensity in 1951, nor for its continuing at a high level of incidence, especially in light of its sporadic occurrence prior to 1951.

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