Olive growers urged to control olive knot on trees

Issue Date: February 10, 2016
By Kathy Coatney

Olive knot—a disease that appears as rough galls or swellings on twigs, branches, trunks, roots, leaves or peduncles (fruit stems)—is becoming more of a problem for North State olive growers.

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