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Citrus brown rot

, : Citrus brown rot. Journ. Dept. Agric, Western Australia, 2: 3, 359 p

Experiments conducted in Western Australia during 1925 have demonstrated in a remarkable way the effectiveness of copper sprays in preventing brown rot and leaf blight of citrus.In one orchard, the disease continued for about ten days after spraying (which was delayed until after the first rains) and then practically ceased, whilst adjoining orchards remained all more or less affected.

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