The life history of the fungus involved and the control for cherry
leaf spot was studied ever a two-year period. It was found that the
disease in Oregon is caused by the same fungus described in New York by
Higgins in 1914 as Coccomyces hiemalis and which was more recently...
A disease of sweet cherry (Prunus avium L.) known as "cherry
rosette" has threatened production of cherries in Oregon. In 1961
this disease was observed in widely separated orchards. Rosette
occurred in isolated trees or in spreading patterns, often from
identified single trees or from one section of an orchard....
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