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Anthracnose disease regulations
Anthracnose is a name for a group of diseases caused by several closely related fungi that attack many different kinds of plants. Focus for this profile will cover Discula destructive, the anthracnose that attacks dogwood. Anthracnose disease in dogwood is present in Oregon.

Oregon has no quarantine against Anthracnose in dogwood as the disease is widespread. Shipping dogwood, Cornus spp, to Florida requires a Florida permit according to export quarantine. Florida regulates the following states: AL, CT, DE, GA, ID, MD, MA, NJ, NY, NC, OR, PA, SC, TN, VA, WA, WV and any other state, where dogwood anthracnose is determined to be established. Material regulated include: dogwood plants (Cornus spp.) or parts thereof or any other plant or part thereof which is capable of harboring or transporting dogwood anthracnose in any of its life stages. Restrictions include: the movement of dogwood plants or part thereof from infested states into Florida is prohibited except by master permit issued by the director.