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Quick decline of oranges believed virus disease

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W. M. Hoskins, Experiment Station

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California Agriculture 1(2):1-3.

Published January 01, 1947

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Quick decline of oranges still is largely confined to certain parts of Los Angeles County, although some cases have been seen in northern Orange San Bernardino County, and some suspected cases have been noted elsewhere.

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Quick decline of oranges believed virus disease

W. M. Hoskins
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Quick decline of oranges believed virus disease

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Authors

W. M. Hoskins, Experiment Station

Publication Information

California Agriculture 1(2):1-3.

Published January 01, 1947

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Abstract

Quick decline of oranges still is largely confined to certain parts of Los Angeles County, although some cases have been seen in northern Orange San Bernardino County, and some suspected cases have been noted elsewhere.

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