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UPDATE ON THE OCCURRENCE OF YELLOW LEAF SYNDROME IN THE SOUTH AFRICAN SUGAR INDUSTRY AND EVIDENCE FOR THE CAUSAL ORGANISM South

@inproceedings{McFarlane2007UPDATEOT,
  title={UPDATE ON THE OCCURRENCE OF YELLOW LEAF SYNDROME IN THE SOUTH AFRICAN SUGAR INDUSTRY AND EVIDENCE FOR THE CAUSAL ORGANISM South},
  author={K. McFarlane},
  year={2007}
}
most commercial varieties in the cooler months will fade with In a survey of the South African and Swaziland sugarcane industries in 1997, symptoms of yellow leaf syndrome (YLS) were found in all areas and in a wide range of varieties. As in previous years, symptoms were present from late autumn to early summer. Symptoms were particularly common in the contrasting areas of the Midlands region of KwaZulu-Natal and the Mpumalanga lowveld, where the majority of stalks in whole fields often had… 

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