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Netherlands Journal of Plant Pathology

, Volume 69, Issue 1, pp 76–103 | Cite as

Bladvlekken en schorsbranden bij rozezaadstruiken resp. rozeonderstammen en andere botanische rozen, veroorzaakt door Sphaerulina rehmiana (stat. con. Septoria rosae)

Leaf scorch and surface canker (dieback) of rose rootstocks and other species roses caused by sphaerulina rehmiana (stat. con. Septoria rosae)

  • G. H. Boerema
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Plant Pathology Species Rose Veroorzaakt Door Leaf Scorch Rose Rootstock 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • G. H. Boerema
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  1. 1.Plantenziektenkundige DienstWageningen

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