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Euonymus > Stems/branches > Tumor-like galls near soil line

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    Credit: University of Gergia Plant Pathology Archives, Bugwood.org

Crown Gall
Agrobacterium tumefaciens

  • Tumor-like galls found near soil line.
  • Galls are light-colored and spongy when young and become dark and rough with age
  • Plants may be stunted and lack vigor
  • Galls that girdle the main stem may cause wilting and even death of the plant.
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