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Journal of the Department of Agriculture, Western Australia, Series 4

Keywords

Linseed, Flax, Plant diseases, Western Australia

First Page Number

427

Last Page Number

428

Abstract

Pasmo is a foliage disease which may cause severe damage to plantings of linseed and flax approaching maturity.

The disease is favoured by warm humid conditions and is especially destructive when crops have lodged extensively as a result of storms.

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