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Susceptibility of some olive tree cultivars in Montenegro to Cercospora cladosporioides Sacc. (Olea europaea L.)



Susceptibility of some olive tree cultivars in Montenegro to Cercospora cladosporioides Sacc. (Olea europaea L.)



Acta Horticulturae (356): 386-389



In 1984 in Montenegro, Yugoslavia, a new disease caused by C. cladosporioides (Mycocentrospora cladosporioides) was recorded for the first time on newly introduced olive cultivars. Following the introduction of the new cultivars, especially table cultivars, in the framework of the programme of olive growing improvement undertaken during 1990-92, 14 foreign and 4 local cultivars were studied for susceptibility to M. cladosporioides.

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