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Hope for the elm 4. The basis and management of Dutch elm disease control



Hope for the elm 4. The basis and management of Dutch elm disease control



Arboricultural Journal 5(4): 262-269



With particular reference to financial and administrative problems on Merseyside, UK (see preceding abstracts).

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