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Progress in Research on Phytophthora Diseases of Forest Trees

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Edited By: C Brasier, T Jung and W Osswald
182 pages, Figs, photos, tabs
Publisher: Forest Research
Progress in Research on Phytophthora Diseases of Forest Trees
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  • Progress in Research on Phytophthora Diseases of Forest Trees ISBN: 9780855387211 Paperback Dec 2006 Out of Print #176230
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Phytophthora (Greek for `plant destroyer') is one of the world's most destructive genera of plant pathogens. In the early 1990s concern about the increasing impact of invasive and endemic Phytophthoras on tree health led to the formation of a new IUFRO Working Group, Phytophthora pathogens of trees in forests and natural ecosystems.

Progress in Research on Phytophthora Diseases of Forest Trees is the third in a series of conference proceedings from the Working Group. The conference brought together a range of specialist scientists to exchange information on the threat Phytophthora species pose to trees, including oaks, alders, beech, chestnuts, cedars, pines, eucalypts and rhododendrons.

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Out of Print
Edited By: C Brasier, T Jung and W Osswald
182 pages, Figs, photos, tabs
Publisher: Forest Research
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