A New Disease, Bacterial Fruit Rot of Jujube, Caused by Xanthomonas arboricola in Korea

@article{Myung2010AND,
  title={A New Disease, Bacterial Fruit Rot of Jujube, Caused by Xanthomonas arboricola in Korea},
  author={Inn-Shik Myung and So Young Moon and In Ho Jeong and S. W. Lee and Dong Soo Ra},
  journal={New Disease Reports},
  year={2010},
  volume={22},
  pages={12-12}
}
Jujube ( Zizyphus jujuba ) is an economically important crop in Korea. Jujube fruits are used as an ingredient in Korean cooking and as a medicine. A fruit rot of jujube was observed in fields in the Boeun District and in Kyungsan City, … 

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