Pseudofusicoccum sp. causing shoot canker in peach in Uruguay

@article{Sessa2021PseudofusicoccumSC,
  title={Pseudofusicoccum sp. causing shoot canker in peach in Uruguay},
  author={Luc{\'i}a Sessa and Eduardo Abreo and Sandra Lupo},
  journal={Australasian Plant Disease Notes},
  year={2021},
  volume={16},
  pages={1-4}
}
We report the presence of a Pseudofusicoccum species associated with cankers showing gummosis in peach shoots for the first time. Identification was performed by sequence analysis of the concatenated ITS and EF1-α genes. The Pseudofusicoccum sp. was morphologically described and its pathogenicity was evaluated under laboratory conditions. 

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