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The results of artificial inoculations with strains of Cytospora corylicola Sacc. isolated from Hazel Nut trees affected with bark flaking disease in Sicily


, : The results of artificial inoculations with strains of Cytospora corylicola Sacc. isolated from Hazel Nut trees affected with bark flaking disease in Sicily. Ital. for. mont, 12: 2, 93-98

Experimental inoculations of hazel nut trees (Corylus avellana) growing on the slopes of Mount Etna, Sicily, with strains of Cytospora corylicola, constantly associated with bark flaking disease of this host, in all cases failed to reproduce the condition.

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