Plant Pathogens at Work: Improving Weed Control Efficacy

Fig. 13. (A) Crown thinning of Melaleuca quinquenervia resulting from multiple biological control agents, including rust, psyllids, and weevils. (B) and (C, shown here) Melaleuca crown thinning and tree mortality allowed development of understory vegetation. Photos courtesy of Min Rayamajhi.



Image from Plant Health Progress article:
Plant Pathogens at Work: Improving Weed Control Efficacy