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Plant Health Progress
quarantine pathogen, Phytophthora ramorum,
cause of sudden oak death, has had a
impact in forests and
nurseries on the West Coast.
What would happen if this pathogen was introduced to
the eastern United States? R. G. Linderman and
colleagues found that several plant species growing
in the Appalachian Mountains of eastern Kentucky
were susceptible to the pathogen. Learn about the
plants tested in vitro and their relative
susceptibility to P. ramorum in this month’s
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