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Verticicladiella root disease


Forest Pathology in New Zealand, Forest Research Institute, New Zealand (6): 4
Verticicladiella root disease
Descriptions are given of the distribution in New Zealand, economic importance, symptoms and development of the disease caused by V. procera, whose hosts are Pinus radiata and P. strobus.


Accession: 001507337



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