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Bulletin
B.J.W.Greig, S.C. Gregory, R.G. Strouts
1991
Honey fungus is one of the commonest root diseases of trees and shrubs in the world. It can kill an enormous range of plants and also causes decay in standing trees. It is rarely a major problem in woodland although it sometimes kills large groups of conifers in young plantations. The disease is more serious in parks, gardens, orchards and arboreta.
190 x 250mm | 24 pages | colour images
0-11-710301-2
3.00
Stock code:FCBU100

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