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Re: Ustulina as was

Subject: Re: Ustulina as was
From: Bill Anderson
Date: Feb 04 2019 18:11:05
If that were the case, would I not find kretzsch on my firewood fairly
regularly? Or at least see it a lot more regularly.

On Mon, 4 Feb 2019 at 17:19, David Evans <david@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx.com> wrote:

<<How does this fungus spread to a new host? In other words, if I see one
lime with the fruiting bodies should I expect to see it in neighbours as a
consequence of root contact for example?>>

Hi Jonathan

It's likely already in the new host, lying dormant as a latent propagule.
Waiting for the environment in the wood around it to become dysfunctional
so it can wake up and move onto the next stage of its life.

Cheers

Acer ventura




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