Armillaria (Shoestring) Root Rot
Davidson, Roy M., 1939-
Byther, Ralph S.
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Shoestring rot is caused by a group of fungi known as Armillaria. Symptoms include stunting, yellowing or browning of leaves or needles, white growth on lower trunk and roots, and string-like strands in the soil surrounding the roots. Includes control suggestions and a list of plants resistant to this root rot. 4 pages.