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Ganoderma disease (Ganoderma zonatum), also known as ganoderma butt rot, is a fungal infection that can affect trees around the world.
Ganoderma disease can be identified by a tree's failure to thrive. Brackets, the fruiting body of the fungus, grow at the base of the trees.
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Currently residing in Myrtle Beach, SC, Tammy Curry began writing agricultural and frugal living articles in 2004. Her articles have appeared in the Mid-Atlantic Farm Chronicle and Country Family Magazine. Ms. Curry has also written SEO articles for textbroker.com. She holds an associate's degree in science from Jefferson College of Health Sciences.