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Camellia dieback in the Southeast


Camellia Journal 46(2): 30-33
Camellia dieback in the Southeast
Details are given of the most suitable environmental conditions for growing camellias and of conditions favouring infection by Glomerella cingulata f.sp. camelliae with special reference to the Southeast USA. Cultivars and seedlings of Camellia sasanqua are more susceptible to dieback than C. japonica cultivars and seedlings.


Accession: 002042246



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