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Anthracnose on Southern Highbush Blueberry

Updated: Mar 18, 2019

Douglas A. Phillips, Maria C. Velez-Climent, Philip F. Harmon, and Patricio R. Munoz

Anthracnose is a general name given to diseases caused by a group of fungal pathogens in the genus Colletotrichum. These pathogens affect a wide range of plants, including fruit crops, trees, turfgrass, and vegetable crops. Anthracnose diseases occur in both northern and southern US blueberry production regions, but are most problematic in tropical and subtropical regions of the eastern United States (Cannon et al. 2012). Symptoms of anthracnose on blueberry occur on leaves, twigs, canes, blossoms, and fruit.


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