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An uncommon disease of Celtis australis



An uncommon disease of Celtis australis



Informatore Fitopatologico 49(6): 39-41



An unusual leaf disease, caused by Sirosporium celtidis (Deuteromycotina) has been recorded in a forestry nursery in Piedmont, Italy on C. australis.

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