Interesting update with additional ecological implications.
Line, Les, 2000. "Swaths of Flowering Dogwood Fall Prey to Fungus Blight." NEW YORK TIMES, Tuesday, May 8. Science Times-Section F.5
Reply to post by Scott Cullen, on May 09, 2001 at 07:44:37:
From: National Parks Magazine
'Appalachian Spring', a variety found in Catocin Mountain Park, MD seems to
currently have high resistance to Discula destructiva 'Redlin'.
http://dogwood.ag.utk.edu states that foliage had numerous lesions
symptomatic of dogwood
Abstract from "Tennessee Agricultural Experiment Station, Knoxville, TN"
States that feild studies ended in '96 and plants should be availible this
year. It is not patented, but is trade marked.
States that-More information can be obtained from Mark Windham at
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