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 Coryneum blight 
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Last winter wehad two apricot trees removed because they were infected with coryneum blight. A few days ago we removed a peach tree badly damaged by a breaking limb last summer (fruit load), and I noticed it had coryneum blight lesions on the trunk. Can these spores remain alive on soil to infect plum trees I plan to plant in about a week? Is there any preventive step I could take to avert their infection? Thanks very much. Margaret Lauterbach (melauter123@msn.com)

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Well this is the first time I have heard about it, but check out a few of the pages in this search:
http://www.google.com/search?lr=&ie=UTF ... m%20blight

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