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Boxwood blight is a fungal disease caused by the organism Cylindrocladium buxicola. The organism also goes by the pseudonyms Cylindrocladium pseudonaviculatum or Calonectria pseudonaviculata. The disease is called box blight in the U.K., and you may also hear it referred to as boxwood leaf drop in ...

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Boxwood blight is a new, serious disease of boxwood. Check out these pictures to help identify boxwood blight on your plants, or possibly rule out another infection. | See more ideas about Drift wood, Stems and Trunks.

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Boxwood blight has been spreading for more than five years, but there are still ways to prevent it from reaching your landscape. Read more on TLC!

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Boxwood Blight Identification Guide. A color identification guide (11" x 17") is now available as a downloadable PDF file suitable for printing. This guide includes high resolution color photos of boxwood blight symptoms in the landscape and nursery to help with identification of this important and potentially devastating disease.

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The first Maryland case of Boxwood Blight was confirmed on plants from a landscaper’s nursery in December, 2011. If you suspect your boxwood is infected with boxwood blight, send a question along with digital photos to Ask an Expert. Photo: Landis Lacey & Kelly Ivors, NCSU Dept. of Plant Pathology

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Boxwood Blight is a serious fungal disease of boxwood that results in defoliation and decline of susceptible boxwood. The disease was first identified in New Jersey in 2013. This is a persistent, destructive fungus that can quickly cause severe damage to one of the most common species of residential and commercial landscape plants.

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Boxwood blight or “box blight” is a serious fungal disease of boxwood that results in defoliation and decline of susceptible boxwood. Repeated stem infections can kill young plants, and in larger plant specimens defoliation reduces the ornamental value of the plant and infection predisposes ...

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Boxwood Blight (Calonectria pseudonaviculata, syn. (Cylindrocladium psedonaviculatum) A new disease called Box Blight or Boxwood Blight has been causing defoliation of boxwoods throughout Europe since the late 1990’s. In October 2011, the disease was found in North Carolina and Connecticut in both nursery, and landscape plantings.

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Boxwood Blight Image Gallery. Images are copyrighted, but may be used for educational purposes. Follow VCE ...