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Excising Bark Tissue to Arrest Sudden Oak Death Canker Development


Phytophthora ramorum causes a canker disease known as Sudden Oak Death (SOD) on several species of oak and tanoak. Once infection occurs, the pathogen can spread rapidly in the inner bark and sapwood resulting in stem girdling and death of the host tree.

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