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Etiology of apple sooty blotch in Poland

@article{Wrona2004EtiologyOA,
  title={Etiology of apple sooty blotch in Poland},
  author={B. Wrona and M. Grabowski},
  journal={Journal of Plant Protection Research},
  year={2004},
  volume={44},
  pages={293-297}
}
Investigations have been undertaken to determine which fungi species are responsible for occurrence of sooty blotch disease in Poland. It was found that disease complex is caused by Tripospermum myrti (Lind) Hughes, Phialophora sessilis de Hoog and Peltaster fructicola Jonhson. There was no evidence of the presence fungus described as Gloedes pomigena which was previosly considered as a casual agent of apple sooty blotch disease in Poland. 

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