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A New Report of Phytophthora ramorum on Rhamnus purshiana in Northern California. | Show full citation 2006. , , , , Plant Disease 90(2): 246.
An update on Phytophthora ramorum, causal agent of Sudden Oak Death. | Show full citation 2002. International Oaks 13: 38-45.
Composting is an effective treatment option for sanitization of Phytophthora ramorum-infected plant material. | Show full citation 2006. , , , , , , Journal of Applied Microbiology 101(4): 815-27 Online ISSN 1364-5072.
First report of foliar infection of Rosa gymnocarpa by Phytophthora ramorum. | Show full citation 2004. , , , , , Plant Disease 88(4): 430.
First Report of Infection of Maiden-Hair Fern (Adiantum jordanii and A. aleuticum) by Phytophthora ramorum in California. | Show full citation 2006. , , , , , Plant Disease 90(3): 379.
Potential for Re-Infection of Finished Compost by Phytophthora ramorum. | Show full citation 2005. , Sudden Oak Death Science Symposium II, 18-21 January 2005, Monterey, CA.
Resistance of Umbellularia californica (bay laurel) to Phytophthora ramorum. | Show full citation 2002. , , , , Sudden Oak Death Science Symposium, 15-18 December 2002, Monterey, CA.
Survivability of Phytophthora ramorum in the composting process. | Show full citation 2002. , , , , Sudden Oak Death Science Symposium, 15-18 December 2002, Monterey, CA.
Susceptibility of Umbellularia californica to Phytophthora ramorum. | Show full citation 2003. , , , , International Congress of Plant Pathology, 2-7 February 2003. Christchurch, New Zealand.
The Ecology of Infection between a Transmissive and a Dead‐End Host Provides Clues for the Treatment of a Plant Disease | Show full citation 2017 , , , , Ecosphere. 8(5).