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sudden decline, cordylines in Cornwall

sudden decline, cordylines in Cornwall
Posted by: Richard Smart (IP Logged)
Date: September 14, 2018 09:49

FHello members,

I have not used this forum before. I am an Australian Agricultural Scientist semi retired in Truro, Cornwall. Recently I have noticed many Cordyline groves especially around Penzance showing sudden decline, the same as I have seen in NZ where a phytoplasma disease has been identified as the cause. Has anyone else observed the same, in private or public gardens?

Dr Richard Smart

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