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Swiss needle cast caused by the needle-infecting ascomycete Phaeocryptopus gaeumannii is responsible for substantial growth loss in many New Zealand Douglas fir plantations. Data were collected in a provenance trial at age 13 years, when the introduced pathogen was extending its range throughout...
Investigations were conducted into the transmission of Taro bacilliform badnavirus (TaBV) by seed and mealybugs. Seed transmission was investigated by artificially pollinating TaBV-infected taro. Seeds derived from four successfully pollinated plants tested positive for TaBV by PCR. Twenty seeds...
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