The ascomycete family Nectriaceae includes numerous important plant pathogens, such as boxwood blight and fusarium wilt, and is characterized by ascomata that are yellow, white, orange-red, or purple.
Signs of damage:
The leaves become narrower and longer, and with severe damage, the plants become chlorotic and die.
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