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Volume 37, Issue 2
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Abstract

Bitter Pit is probably the most, serious trouble of apple fruits that at present confronts the South African fruit grower. Other troubles, such as Codling Moth, Fruit Fly, Fusicladium, and Bitter Rot, are capable of causing far greater losses in some or all parts of the country, but they are troubles that can be guarded against by timely sprays.

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1910-08-01
2020-09-30

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