Coryneum Blight

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Coryneum blight — also called shot hole disease, California blight, peach blight or pustular spot — is caused by the fungus Coryneum carpophilum. In Colorado it affects mainly peaches and apricots, and to a lesser degree sweet cherries. Severe foliar shot holing may weaken a tree, while the most apparent damage is infection of the fruit.

Autores: 
H. Larsen
Editora: 
Colorado State University Extension
Año: 
2009