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Diseases of plantation crops: past and future


, : Diseases of plantation crops: past and future. Diseases of plantation crops, spices, betelvine and mulberry: 11-13

The major diseases of the plantation crops tea, coffee and rubber in India are discussed. The most destructive diseases are foliar diseases.


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