Afløvning af kirsebærSkovsgaard, Jens Peter; Grube, A.; Graversgaard, H.C.; Thomsen, I.M.;
Many wild cherry trees in Denmark lost their foliage during the summer of 2013. Some appeared to be infected by cherry leaf spot (Blumeriella jaapii (Rehm) Arx), others by shothole blight (Stigmina carpophila ((Lév.) M.B. Ellis). Both fungi are generally harmless for cherry in the forest. Infected trees subsequently recover and should not be felled.
Published inSkoven 2013, volume: 45, number: 10, pages: 430
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