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Studies on the biology and epidemiology of S. oleaginea (Cast.) Hug., causal agent of leaf spot in olive



Studies on the biology and epidemiology of S. oleaginea (Cast.) Hug., causal agent of leaf spot in olive



Phytopath. mediterr 3: 63-70



The olive variety Leccino proved notably more resistant than Frantoio or Moraiolo to natural infection by the fungus at Florence.

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