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The Marssonina disease of Poplar in Austria






Allg. Forstztg, 76: 10 Suppl., 2

The Marssonina disease of Poplar in Austria

Briefly discusses serious infections in Austria by M. brunnea (perfect form Drepanopeziza punctiformis). Observations in trial plantations showed considerable variation in clonal susceptibility, differing from that for rusts, Populus 'Serotina', for instance, being one of the most resistant, and 'I 214' one of the most susceptible. In fertilizer trials N, but not K, reduced infection.

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