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Red leaf spot of Plum and its control



Red leaf spot of Plum and its control



Ovoshtarstvo. 8: 4, 23-27



At the Dryanovo Fruit Res. Sta., Bulgaria, some control of the leaf spot of plum caused by Polystigma rubrum was obtained by the hyperparasitism of a Gloeosporium sp. and by Trichothecium. Good control was achieved by tilling after leaf-fall, winter sprays of 1% selinon, and sprays before flowering of 2% and after flowering of 1% Bordeaux mixture.

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