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Cupressus macrocarpa clones selected for rural woodlots and forest plantations may not always be adequately exposed to populations of the cypress canker disease pathogens prior to release. In order to develop a direct method for testing field selections, wounds made on seedlings of nine families were inoculated with two isolates of Seiridium unicorne. Disease severity, as measured by lesion length, varied between fungal isolates and between host families. Higher temperatures (23°C/17°C,doi:10.30843/nzpp.2002.55.3967 fatcat:ur4qk47iajc3lgwznpkpwq534a