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Phytopathological Classics, No 8

Naturevolume 162page239 (1948) | Download Citation

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MODERN farmers and gardeners are now well acquainted with the possibilities of control of plant disease. Should a new trouble be found, it is usually only a matter of time before a palliative or remedy is discovered. It is, therefore, somewhat difficult for us to realize the state of passive acceptance of crop ‘blights' which prevailed a century ago. We can, however, give a far greater measure of appreciation than could be accorded by his contemporaries to the Rev. Miles Joseph Berkeley. He, more than any other, established on a sure foundation the conception of plant disease caused by parasitic fungi.

Phytopathological Classics, No. 8

Observations, Botanical and Physiological, on the Potato Murrain. By M. J. Berkeley. ; together with Selections from Berkeley‘s "Vegetable Pathology" made by the Plant Pathology Committee of the British Mycological Society. Pp. 108. (East Lansing, Mich. : American Phytopathological Society, 1948.) 1.50 dollars.

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