Non-oak native plants are main hosts for sudden oak death pathogen in California
Matteo M. Garbelotto, UC Berkeley
Jennifer M Davidson, USDA Forest Service, Berkeley
Kelly Ivors, UC Berkeley
Patricia E Maloney, UC Davis
Daniel Hüberli, UC Berkeley
Steven T Koike, UC Cooperative Extension, Salinas
David M Rizzo, Department of Plant Pathology, UC Davis
California Agriculture 57(1):18-23. DOI: 10.3733/ca.v057n01p18.
M. Garbelotto is Forest Pathology Extension Specialist and Adjunct Professor, Department of Environmental Science, Policy and Management (ESPM), UC Berkeley; J.M. Davidson is Postdoctoral Researcher, Department of Plant Pathology, UC Davis and Research Associate, Pacific Southwest Research Station, USDA Forest Service, Berkeley; K. Ivors is Postdoctoral Researcher, ESPM, UC Berkeley; P.E. Maloney is Postdoctoral Researcher, Department of Plant Pathology, UC Davis; D. Hüberli is Postdoctoral Researcher, ESPM, UC Berkeley; S.T. Koike is Farm Advisor, UC Cooperative Extension, Salinas; D.M. Rizzo is Associate Professor, Department of Plant Pathology, UC Davis. This research was supported by grants from the USDA Forest Service and the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation. We greatly appreciate the technical assistance of A. Wickland, S. Murphy, S. Kane, C. Jensen, G. Slaughter, D. Schmidt, J. Tse, T. Harnik, K. Hayden, A. Smith, W. Van Sant and D. Henderson. The European isolates were provided by S. Werres, with additional samples from E. Hansen, K. Bovero, R. Gross, S. Tjosvold and P. Mordike. Comments on the manuscript by T. Bruns and E. Hansen were greatly appreciated.