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Some leaf and branch disorders of Celtis australis L



Some leaf and branch disorders of Celtis australis L



Informatore Fitopatologico 30(10): 11-17



Interveinal chlorosis followed by apical necrosis, mosaic and size reduction of the leaf blade, early abscission and stunning of branches were noted on C. australis plants of different ages in Italy, along the French Mediterranean coast and in Yugoslavia.

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