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Foliar Blight of Leea Caused by a Phytophthora Species

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Title: Foliar Blight of Leea Caused by a Phytophthora Species
Authors: Aragaki, M.
Uchida, J.Y.
Yahata, P.S.
Kadooka, C.Y.
Keywords: Phytophthora
landscape plants
Issue Date: Jul 1990
Publisher: University of Hawaii
Citation: Aragaki M, Uchida JY, Yahata PS, Kadooka CY. 1990. Foliar blight of leea caused by a Phytophthora species. Honolulu (HI): University of Hawaii. 4 p. (HITAHR Brief; HB-093)
Series/Report no.: HITAHR Brief
Abstract: A leaf spot and blight of red and green leea (Leea coccinea, West Indian holly) observed at commercial nurseries was investigated. A persistent Phytophthora species new to Hawaii was isolated. Fungicides tested provided only limited control, so treatments need to be accompanied by cultural control options
Pages/Duration: 4 pages
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