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Phomopsis infection of lupin seed






Journal of Agriculture Western Australia 27(2): 53-54

Phomopsis infection of lupin seed

A 6-yr state-wide survey found that P. leptostromiformis infection of lupin seed was increasing and that incidence was greater in high rainfall zones.


Accession: 001653957



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