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The TPCP has prepared a number of illustrated pamphlets on a number of important diseases to be used as diagnostic aids. Those available at present are:

[PDF] The Deodar weevil, Pissodes nemorensis, a pest of pines in South Africa
[PDF] Fusarium circinatum in pine nurseries: A guide to appropriate management strategies
[PDF] Bacterial blight of Eucalyptus
[PDF] Cryphonectria canker caused by Cryphonectria cubensis
[PDF] Botryosphaeria canker caused by Botryosphaeria dothidea
[PDF] Coniothyrium canker caused by a species of Coniothyrium that is currently being described as C. zuluense
[PDF] Armillaria root disease caused by a fungus thought to be A. heimii
[PDF] Rhizina root disease caused by Rhizina undulata
[PDF] Die-back and canker of pines caused by Sphaeropsis sapinea
[PDF] Eucalyptus Rust
[PDF] Pitch Canker
[PDF] Black Butt of Acacia mearnsii
[PDF] Ceratocystis Wilt of Acacia mearnsii
[PDF] Dothistroma needle blight
[PDF] Mycosphaerella leaf diseases of eucalypts
[PDF] Phytophthora root and collar rot of cold tolerant eucalypts
[PDF] Sirex Wood Wasp
[PDF] Thaumastocoris symptoms 1
[PDF] Thaumastocoris symptoms 2
[PDF] Submission of samples

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Human ZR, Crous CJ, Roets F, Venter SN, Wingfield MJ, de Beer ZW. (2017) Biodiversity and ecology of flower-associated actinomycetes in different flowering stages of Protea repens. Antonie van Leeuwenhoek 10.1007/s10482-017-0942-3
Wingfield BD. (2017) The peer review system has flaws. But it’s still a barrier to bad science. The Conversation http://bit.ly/2holsgS
McTaggart AR, Beasley DR, Wingfield MJ, Wood AR, Pretorius ZA, Drenth A, Shivas RG, Roux J. (2017) A dynamic, web-based resource to identify rust fungi (Pucciniales) in southern Africa. MycoKeys 26:77-83. 10.3897/mycokeys.26.14602
De Maayer P, Aliyu H, Vikram S, Blom J, Duffy B, Cowan DA, Smits THM, Venter SN, Coutinho TA. (2017) Phylogenomic, pan-genomic, pathogenomic and evolutionary genomic insights into the agronomically relevant enterobacteria Pantoea ananatis and Pantoea stewartii. Frontiers in Microbiology 8(1755) 10.3389/fmicb.2017.01755
Jami F, Wingfield MJ, Gryzenhout M, Slippers B. (2017) Diversity of tree-infecting Botryosphaeriales on native and non-native trees in South Africa and Namibia. Australasian Plant Pathology 10.1007/s13313-017-0516-x