Disease in Invasive Plant Populations.

@article{Goss2020DiseaseII,
  title={Disease in Invasive Plant Populations.},
  author={Erica M. Goss and Amy E. Kendig and Ashish Adhikari and Brett R. Lane and Nicholas Kortessis and Robert D. Holt and Keith Clay and Philip F. Harmon and S Luke Flory},
  journal={Annual review of phytopathology},
  year={2020}
}
Non-native invasive plants can establish in natural areas, where they can be ecologically damaging and costly to manage. Like cultivated plants, invasive plants can experience a relatively disease-free period upon introduction and accumulate pathogens over time. Diseases of invasive plant populations are infrequently studied compared to diseases of agriculture, forestry, and even native plant populations. We evaluated similarities and differences in the processes that are likely to affect… 
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