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Journal of the Department of Agriculture, Western Australia, Series 3

Keywords

Western Australia, Plant diseases, Black rot of stocks, Black rot, causal organism Xanthomonas incanae, Formalin

First Page Number

103

Last Page Number

104

Abstract

Stocks are easily grown plants deserving of a place in every garden. They are adapted to a wide range of cultural conditions and a colourful show of flowers can be obtained by planting suitable varieties. Black rot is a serious bacterial disease (causal organism Xanthomonas incanae) of these plants and is responsible for heavy losses in some plantings.

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