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The occurrence of the Marssonina disease on Poplar species and cultivars in W. Germany in 1965



The occurrence of the Marssonina disease on Poplar species and cultivars in W. Germany in 1965



Holzzucht, Reinbek. 20: 1/2, 1-8



The incidence of Marssonina was greatest in the N.W. German plain and coastal area, and in parts of the Rhine valley. Susceptible sites were moist, especially as regards atmospheric humidity. The susceptibility ranking of taxa differed little between sites. Of Black Poplar hybrids, the cultivars 'Robusta', 'Brabantica', 'Serotina', 'Dromling' and 'Grandis' were least affected. Infection was highest on 'Marilandica', 'Forndorf', and 'Virginiana de Frignicourt'.

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