Trichothecium roseum


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Trichothecium roseum

a toxic fungus causing nervous signs.
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This is established in the arid area of Afghanistan and western Turkmenistan, and when strains from this region are grown in high-humidity climates their dense flowering tops retain moisture and succumb to "bud mold" caused by Botrytis cinerea and Trichothecium roseum (McPartland et al.
Pathogens--such as Trichothecium roseum, a fungus that infects the exotic shrub saltcedar, which in western states increases soil salinity and deprives native plants of water.