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The Marssonina disease of Poplar



The Marssonina disease of Poplar



Ned. Bosb.-Tijdschr, 34: 12, 428-432



It was found at Bosbouwproefst. that, after wintering a perfect state developed on dead poplar leaves which proved to be identical with Drepanopeziza popu-lorum. Isolations on malt agar from ascospores derived from Wageningen Populus alba leaves developed slow-growing greyish colonies which after 5 months excreted slimy pustules of Marssonina (probably M. populi) conidia.

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