Honey Fungus: chemical and cultural measures for the control of honey fungus in park, garden, woodland and commercial settings

Honey fungus is one of the most dreaded diseases of trees and shrubs in landscape plantings.

by John Adlam
Honey fungus on Thuja - image: Dove Associates
Honey fungus on Thuja - image: Dove Associates

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