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Journal of the Department of Agriculture, Western Australia, Series 3

Keywords

Western Australia, Plant diseases, Black rot of stocks, Black rot, causal organism Xanthomonas incanae, Formalin

First Page Number

103

Last Page Number

104

ISSN

0021-8618

Abstract

Stocks are easily grown plants deserving of a place in every garden. They are adapted to a wide range of cultural conditions and a colourful show of flowers can be obtained by planting suitable varieties. Black rot is a serious bacterial disease (causal organism Xanthomonas incanae) of these plants and is responsible for heavy losses in some plantings.

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