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Citrus Diseases and their Control

Nature volume 140, page 526 (25 September 1937) | Download Citation



A SECOND edition, after ten years, by the senior author of Fawcett and Lee's well-known book must be welcome to a great industry and to citrus pathologists. Lee, being engaged on other investigational work during recent years, generously withdrew from joint authorship of the new edition. The arrangement of the matter is the same as in the first edition, but with fifty-three additional pages of text (apart from the bibliography) and two new chapters. Significant of the notable extension of citrus planting outside of the United States during late years and the attention given by trained pathologists to the diseases and means of control, is the expansion of the chapter on the geographical distribution of citrus diseases from six to thirty pages.

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