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Some aspects of bacterial diseases of fruit trees. II. Four important bacterial diseases of fruit trees.


Some aspects of bacterial diseases of fruit trees. II. Four important bacterial diseases of fruit trees.



Proc. Congr. pomol. Fr, 264-92



Both papers describe the symptoms, biology of the causal bacteria, degree of resistance of the various host varieties and control of Pseudomonas syringae on pear, cherry and plum, P. mors-prunorum on cherry and plum, Erwinia amylovora on pear and apple, and Xanthomonas juglandis on walnut.

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