Phytophthora ramorum: how land managers and ornamentals growers can manage the threat of 'sudden oak death'

This fungal disease has caused extensive tree loss in California, affecting mainly tanbark oak and some Quercus species, giving rise to the name sudden oak death.

by John Adlam
Phytophthora ramorum - image: Forest Research
Phytophthora ramorum - image: Forest Research

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