- Hosts: Primarily affects coconut palms (Cocos nucifera)
- Symptoms: Loss of young fruits, brown mottling on immature and mature green fruits, heart rot of plant evident when youngest spear leaf dies, leaf death, death of palm
- Spread: Via movement of infected nuts and palms, pruning with contaminated equipment, insects, rodents, wind-driven rain
- Control: Remove and incinerate diseased nuts and palms
Source: Fungal Rot Killing Coconut Trees in Hawaii, Horticultural Digest #99, Hawaii Cooperative Extension Service, 8/24/2001.