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Dentate spurge


Zashchita Rastenii Moskva ( 10): 39
Dentate spurge
The finding of dentate spurge (Euphorbia dentata) seeds in onion seeds from the Stavropol' region of Russia in 1990 prompted investigations in the region. Its morphology and biology are noted briefly. It was found in varying densities infesting onions and cereals in 3 districts.


Accession: 002590526



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