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A quick method for determining the cause and nature of citrus 'Windfall' in Sierra Leone

, : A quick method for determining the cause and nature of citrus 'Windfall' in Sierra Leone. Acta Horticulturae (49): 295-298

'Windfalls' punctured by the fruit piercing moths, Othreis spp. and Charaxes numenes, produced blotchy blue areas on a phenolphthalein/aniline blue indicator paper owing to the extrusion of juice. Unpunctured windfalls gave only greenish yellow dots.

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