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Fire Blight: The Disease and its Causative Agent, Erwinia by J Vanneste

By J Vanneste

Fireplace blight is an incredible affliction of apples, pears and likely woody decorative vegetation. it really is attributable to the bacterium Erwinia amylovora . This organism used to be one of many first plant pathogenic micro organism to be widely investigated, and has turn into a version for research by way of bacteriologists within the improvement in their subject.Written by means of top study staff from the us, Europe and New Zealand, this booklet is the 1st accomplished quantity for twenty years to handle this topic.

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