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Citrus irrigation water survey: Runoff water from diseased groves, carried in canals, can contaminate other land with infective Phytophthora spores

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L. J. Klotz, University of California, Riverside.
Po-Ping Wong, University of California, Riverside.
T. A. DeWolfe, University of California, Riverside.

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California Agriculture 13(11):3-16.

Published November 01, 1959

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Twelve irrigation canals, sampled repeatedly for one year, all harbored one or more of the species of Phytophthora that cause citrus diseases. The species that were prevalent varied with the seasonal temperature of the water. The fungus was found in only one of the three reservoirs tested.

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Citrus irrigation water survey: Runoff water from diseased groves, carried in canals, can contaminate other land with infective Phytophthora spores

L. J. Klotz, Po-Ping Wong, T. A. DeWolfe
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Citrus irrigation water survey: Runoff water from diseased groves, carried in canals, can contaminate other land with infective Phytophthora spores

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Authors

L. J. Klotz, University of California, Riverside.
Po-Ping Wong, University of California, Riverside.
T. A. DeWolfe, University of California, Riverside.

Publication Information

California Agriculture 13(11):3-16.

Published November 01, 1959

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Twelve irrigation canals, sampled repeatedly for one year, all harbored one or more of the species of Phytophthora that cause citrus diseases. The species that were prevalent varied with the seasonal temperature of the water. The fungus was found in only one of the three reservoirs tested.

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