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Diseases of plantation crops, spices, betelvine and mulberry

, : Diseases of plantation crops, spices, betelvine and mulberry. Diseases of plantation crops, spices, betelvine and mulberry: 147 pp.

A total of 26 papers on the diseases of plantation crops, spices, Piper betle, and mulberry in India caused by fungi, bacteria, viruses, viroids, phytoplasmas and plant parasitic nematodes are presented.

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