Sudden Oak Death - an Update

McCreary, Douglas D.
March 2007
International Oaks;Spring2007, Issue 18, p81
Academic Journal
The article discusses the updates of the study about the Sudden Oak Death (SOD) which was discussed at the 2003 conference of Triennial International Oak Society in Winchester, England. It is inferred that SOD caused by a pathogen, is a new disease affecting oaks in California. The author averred that the significant development of the study has been continued to expand the number of host species including three Quercus species and tanoak.


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