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A renewed epidemic occurrence of Marssonina-disease in poplar






Holzzucht 33(1/2): 6-7

A renewed epidemic occurrence of Marssonina-disease in poplar

A major outbreak (the first since the mid 1960s) of M. brunnea is reported in 1978 in various parts of W. Germany. The Populus clones 'Gelrica', 'I-214', 'Marilandica', and 'Regenerata Deutschland' were particularly affected. The microspore form of the species (characters given) predominated.

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