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Characterization of coffee trunk and stem canker in El Salvador and its possible control


, : Characterization of coffee trunk and stem canker in El Salvador and its possible control. Third Latin American symposium on coffee cultivation, Tegucigalpa, Honduras, 9-10 December 1980: ; 224-231

Studies on symptoms, transmission and aetiology of the disease caused by Ceratocystis fimbriata are described. The pathogen was transmitted by tillage equipment. Spore suspension inoculation was most effective.

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