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Control of Marssonina brunnea disease of Poplar

Cellulosa e Carta. 23: 2, 35-9
Control of Marssonina brunnea disease of Poplar
Gives a brief account of the spread of the disease in Italy since 1963 (especially in the Po valley and Friuli, where the conditions for it are most favourable), and describes the development of chemical control by spraying from the ground and from the air, using helicopters

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Accession: 014398819

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