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Literature list (sorted descending by year) for:
pest-disease-weed = Armillaria gallica
and the publication year(s):
year 1 = 2019
qualifier = "after (Year 1)"

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Plant Disease (2021) 105, p. 1226 (Hanna et al.)
J.W. Hanna, N.B. Klopfenstein, M.M. Cram, R.O. Olatinwo, S.W. Fraedrich and M.-S. Kim (2021)
First report of Armillaria root disease pathogen, Armillaria gallica, on Rhododendron and Quercus rubra in Georgia, U.S.A.

Plant Disease (2021) 105, p. 222 (Duarte-Mata et al.)
E. Duarte-Mata, R.D. Elías-Román, N.B. Klopfenstein, J.W. Hanna and M.-S. Kim (2021)
First report of the Armillaria root-disease pathogen, Armillaria gallica, associated with several woody hosts in three states of Central Mexico (Guanajuato, Jalisco, and Michoacán)

Forest Pathology (2021) 51 (1 - e12663)
Brandon C. Alveshere, Shawn McMurtrey, Patrick Bennett, Mee-Sook Kim, John W. Hanna, Ned B. Klopfenstein, James T. Blodgett and Jared M. LeBoldus (2021)
Phylogeography and host range of Armillaria gallica in riparian forests of the northern Great Plains, USA

Forests (2020) 11 (10 - 1107)
Justyna Anna Nowakowska, Marcin Stocki, Natalia Stocka, Slawomir Slusarski, Milosz Tkaczyk, João Maria Caetano, Mirela Tulik, Tom Hsiang and Tomasz Oszako (2020)
Interactions between Phytophthora cactorum, Armillaria gallica and Betula pendula Roth. seedlings subjected to defoliation

Forest Pathology (2020) 50 (5 - e12624)
H. Idder-Ighili, A. Agustian, M.A. Idder, J.J. Guillaumin, D. Wipf and B. Botton (2020)
Production of β-glucosidases by European Armillaria species

Journal of Forest Science (2020) 66, 483-491
Petr Cermák and Tomás Zid (2020)
The crown condition of Norway spruce and occurrence of symptoms caused by Armillaria spp. in mixed stands

Plant Disease (2020) 104, 483-492
Matthew G. Cromey, Jassy Drakulic, Elizabeth J. Beal, Ian A.G. Waghorn, Joe N. Perry and Gerard R.G. Clover (2020)
Susceptibility of garden trees and shrubs to Armillaria root rot

Forests (2019) 10 (11 - 1013)
Liqiong Chen, Bettina Bóka, Orsolya Kedves, Viktor Dávid Nagy, Attila Szücs, Simang Champramary, Róbert Roszik, Zoltán Patocskai, Martin Münsterkötter, Thu Huynh, Boris Indic, Csaba Vágvölgyi, György Sipos and László Kredics (2019)
Towards the biological control of devastating forest pathogens from the genus Armillaria


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