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Report of the Director for the year ending 31 October, 1943


, : Report of the Director for the year ending 31 October, 1943. Bull. Conn, agric. Exp. Sta, 477, 52-56

In this report it is stated that Dutch elm disease is becoming more prevalent in south-western Connecticut, probably owing to the cessation of control work by the Federal authorities three years ago. Efforts are at present confined to preventing spread into the eastern half of the State. Protection can be afforded to valuable elms in urban areas by maintaining a disease-free zone round each locality where the trees are present.

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