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species of Phyllosticta has proliferated. Before 2011, the only endophytic species was Guignardia mangiferae Roy ( Baayen et al., 2002 ), but subsequent revisions have designated P. capitalensis Henn, P. citribraziliensis C. Glienke & Crous, and P

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growers to produce vegetables, citrus, and other fruit crops for fresh market distribution throughout the eastern United States. However, declines in productivity due to citrus greening (huanglongbing), citrus black spot ( Guignardia citricarpa ), and

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weevil complex in poorly drained soils; tolerance to calcareous soils and salinity is not known. CRANBERRY Nicholi Vorsa, Department of Plant Biology and Pathology, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ BE4 (Willapa Red) . Midseason cranberry

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. CRANBERRY Nicholi Vorsa, Dept. of Plant Biology and Pathology, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ CNJ99-52-15 (Welker™) . Early-season, suited for processing, with high and precocious production. Origin: Rutgers University, NJAES, Chatsworth, NJ, by

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