1887

oa Agricultural Journal of the Cape of Good Hope - The fusicladium disease of the pear and apple

Volume 33, Issue 1
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Abstract

Fusicladium and likewise ""Black Spot"" and"" Scab"" are names used in common for a serious fungous disease of the apple and a distinct but very closely related disease of the pear. Fusicladium causes the spotting of the Late Bloomer apple in many Eastern Province orchards and the shy-bearing of the Saffraan pear in the Western Province. Of late seasons, it has attracted considerable attention on Williams' Bon Chretien and other popular, high-priced pears, large quantities of these being distorted or disfigured by it.

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