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Monilia species on fruit trees. 1. Reports of new hosts and observations on some of those already noted



Monilia species on fruit trees. 1. Reports of new hosts and observations on some of those already noted



Soil. Staz. Pat. veg. Roma, 13: 7-40. bibl. 69



New hosts of Monilia fructigena reported from Piedmont are Amelanchier canadensis, Pyrus sieboldii, Crataegus oxyacantha and Cornus mas. Fruits of Prunus cerasifera var. pissardii were attacked by M. laxa. Infections of M. fructigena are described for hazel, fig, persimmon, medlar, grape and blackberry. Prunus nana (ornamental) is a host of M. laxa, and P. spinosa of both Monilia spp.

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