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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

New Publications

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Nel WJ, Duong TA, Wingfield BD, Wingfield MJ, De Beer ZW. (2017) A new genus and species for the globally important, multi-host root pathogen Thielaviopsis basicola. Plant Pathology 10.1111/ppa.12803
Aylward J, Wingfield BD, Dreyer LL, Roets F, Wingfield MJ, Steenkamp ET. (2017) Contrasting carbon metabolism in saprotrophic and pathogenic Microascalean fungi from Protea trees. Fungal Ecology 30:88-100. 10.1016/j.funeco.2017.09.002
Wingfield BD. (2017) South Africa can’t afford to see its universities pitch over the precipice. The Conversation https://theconversation.com/south-africa-cant-afford-to-see-its-universities-pitch-over-the-precipic PDF
Li GQ, Liu FF, Li JQ, Liu QL, Chen SF. (2017) Botryosphaeriaceae from Eucalyptus plantations and adjacent plants in China. Persoonia 10.3767/persoonia.2018.40.03 PDF
Tchotet Tchoumi JM, Coetzee MPA, Vivas M, Rajchenberg M, Roux J. (2017) Wood-rotting basidiomycetes associated with declining native trees in timber-harvesting compartments of the Garden Route National Park of South Africa. Austral Ecology 10.1111/aec.12524