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A blight affecting boxwoods has been discovered in North Carolina and several other Eastern states. The blight defoliates and kills the plant and is recognized by dark spots on leaves. The disease has been traced to some 30,000 seedlings produced by two growers in north-central North Carolina. The blight is an invasive having arrived from Europe or New Zealand through shipping.