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Witches' broom disease investigations. IV. Farther notes on the susceptibility of I.C. selections at River Estate to witches' broom disease of Cacao



Witches' broom disease investigations. IV. Farther notes on the susceptibility of I.C. selections at River Estate to witches' broom disease of Cacao



Trop. Agriculture, Trin, 20: 8, 156-158



Further observations on the susceptibility to witches' broom of certain I.C. cacao selections at River Estate, Trinidad, showed that between March, 1942, and March, 1943, the disease had become considerably worse. By the latter date loss of pods was serious in this field for the first time. Among the first set of trees, I.C.S. 6 and 8 were still the best as regards the number of brooms.

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