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Hypoxylon Canker

  Hypoxylon Canker is a fungus, common in the Southeastern United States, caused by Biscogniauxia atropunctata var. atropunctata.  Hypoxylon Canker, also known as "white rot",  most commonly affects: oaks, pecans, and hickory trees. This opportunistic pathogen easily infects trees that have gone through stresses such as: drought, compaction, root
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