A.K. Parker & J. Reid, (1969)
Propolis weirii Traverso & Trotter, (1928)
Rhabdocline weirii is a fungal plant pathogen. The pathogen, along with Rhabdocline pseudotsugae, causes Rhabdocline needlecast; R. weirii only affects Douglas-fir trees. The disease causes the needles of the tree to discolor and eventually fall from the tree. The pathogen often makes Douglas-fir trees unsalable as Christmas trees and affects the Christmas tree farming industry.
- "Rhabodocline Needlecast (Rhabdocline weirii)," Department of Plant Pathology, Cornell University. Retrieved 7 September 2007.
- "How To Identify and Control Rhabdocline and Swiss Needlecasts of Douglas-Fir," North Central Forest Experiment Station United States Forest Service, 1983. Retrieved 7 September 2007.
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