Late blackleg infections in rape are important

@article{Barbetti1975LateBI,
  title={Late blackleg infections in rape are important},
  author={Martin J Barbetti},
  journal={Australian Plant Pathology Society Newsletter},
  year={1975},
  volume={4},
  pages={3-4}
}
three master's graduates. Only one of these was a plant pathologist and he was soon appointed to a district office only marginally concerned with plant diseases. It would seem to me that the time has arrived for plant pathology administrators in each State to aim for one or two members of their staff to be trained as extension plant pathologists. The type of person most likely to benefit from such training would be a plant pathologist who has a genuine liking for public involvement. Preferably… CONTINUE READING

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