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Some observations on little leaf necrosis in 'Sim' carnation

, : Some observations on little leaf necrosis in 'Sim' carnation. Acta Horticulturae: 53-56

Under certain growing conditions, the first pairs of leaves below the flower bud become necrotic just before full bloom. Plants appear normal in other respects. The cause is not completely understood and more than one factor may be involved.

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