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Disease/pest alert postbloom fruit drop and the Juniper aphid


, : Disease/pest alert postbloom fruit drop and the Juniper aphid. Monthly Bulletin Department of Agriculture, Fisheries, Bermuda 72(3): 17-19

The symptoms, incidence and control of post-bloom fruit drop on citrus and Juniper aphid (Cinara tujafilina) on cedar are briefly discussed.


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