Pest & Disease Alert: Phytophthora Ramorum

Two outbreaks of Phytophthora Ramorum, or "sudden oak death', have been identified in Cornwall.

The Food & Environmment Research Agency (Fera) has identified two outbreaks of Phytophthora Ramorum, commonly known as "sudden oak death', in Cornwall.

In one case Phytophthora Ramorum was found on Camellia and the other incident on Pieris and Kalmia.

Click here to read a colleciton of Horticulture Week stories on Phytophthora Ramorum.

For a copy of Fera's weekly Pest & Disease report click on the attachment below.


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