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Alternaria Solani on Tomato

Nature volume 154, page 642 (18 November 1944) | Download Citation

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THIS fungus, causing the well-known 'early blight' of potatoes and tomatoes in some countries, has not hitherto been found attacking tomato plants in Britain. There are, however, a few early records, none relating to serious outbreaks, which unfortunately were accompanied by incomplete and inadequate descriptions or by none at all and which, in the light of more recent knowledge of the species, are open to doubt.

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  1. South-Eastern Agricultural College, Wye, Kent. Oct. 9.

    • W. H. GLASSCOCK
    •  & W. M. WARE

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