Fusicoccum Tingens Gold.: A Wound Pathogen Of Pines in East Africa

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1967
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Ivory M.H
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Fusicoccum tingens was first described on Pinus pinea L. timber in Italy (Goidanich 1937) as the cause of a blackish-green stain. It has since been found as a widespread cause of blue stain of pine, fir, lime and locust in Jugoslavia and Bulgaria (Saric-Sabados 1958). Samuel (1922) also recorded a Fusicoccum sp. associated with a shoot disease of P. radiata in Australia.
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East African Agricultural And Forestry Journal, XXXII (3), p. 341-343