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The Dutch elm disease in Europe arose earlier than was thought

Journal of Arboriculture 16(11): 281-288
The Dutch elm disease in Europe arose earlier than was thought
An account of the earliest published details (1921 and 1922) of the identification and description of the fungus by the Netherlands Plant Protection Service.

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