AARP National Spelling Bee

Rhizoctonia is a genus of asexual, anamorphic fungi known for causing crop diseases. It's also the word that netted 67-year-old Michael Petrina Jr. his second first-place win at the AARP National Spelling Bee. Petrina also won the bee in 2009 and placed second in 2011 and 2008.
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That's right, folks. AARP is having a national spelling bee and you can be our next spelling champion!
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