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Preliminary studies on black spot of pome fruit trees in Georgia


Preliminary studies on black spot of pome fruit trees in Georgia



Trudy Nauchno Issledovatel' skogo Instituta Zashchity Rastenii Gruz SSR 28: 35-37



The leaf blight, caused by Entomosporium maculatum is widespread in almost all districts of Georgia. Pear, quince and apple seedlings are particularly severely infected.

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