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A new graft transmissible disease of Sechium edule

A new graft transmissible disease of Sechium edule

Indian Phytopathology 1978; 30(2): 268-269

During a survey in the Darjeeling hills, the disease tentatively named cho-cho phyllody was found, plants showing small leaves and malformed floral parts.

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