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Studies on a fungus causing a leaf blotch disease on peas (Pisum sativum L.)
(Canterbury Agricultural College, University of New Zealand, 1947)
The pea crop is classified as one of the principal field crops in New Zealand according to the New Zealand Official Yearbook (1945). Over the last five years, although there has been an increase in the total yield, the ...
A dissertation relating to the nature of potato diseases and their control in the world agriculture : with an appendix covering a laboratory study of cultural and physiological characters of a potato dry rot fungus, Fusarium coeruleum (Lib.) Sacc.
(Canterbury Agricultural College, University of New Zealand, 1948)
The importance of the potato crop in World Agriculture cannot be gainsaid. Unfortunately this major crop of ours in heir to a large number of diseases, both parasitic and non-parasitic, and consequently potato culture in ...
A study of speckled leaf blotch of wheat and its causal organism (Septoria tritici Rob.), in Canterbury, New Zealand
(Canterbury Agricultural College, University of New Zealand, 1949)
The available evidence suggests that speckled leaf blotch of wheat is increasing in severity in Canterbury. Prior to 1947 it was practically unknown in the province, but in November of that year a wheat crop at Lincoln ...