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Studies on pink disease of Eucalyptus

Studies on pink disease of Eucalyptus

Indian Forester 105(1): 68-72

Pink disease, caused by Corticium salmonicolor, has caused serious damage to Eucalyptus plantations (especially of E. grandis and E. tereticornia) in the high-rainfall areas of India. The symptoms of the disease are described. The results are briefly reported of resistance trials in Kerala with 11 species of Eucalyptus and 14 species of fast-growing native broadleaves.

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