2 edition of Report of the plant pathologist to July 1, 1906 found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Ralph E. Smith|
|Series||Bulletin -- no. 184, Bulletin (California Agricultural Experiment Station) -- 184.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p. -258 :|
|Number of Pages||258|
It is the best and most up to date book on plant pathology. It is the bible of plant pathology. It looks into life cycles, symptoms, history and control of diseases. It is mainly concerned with diseases caused by fungi but also looks at diseases caused by bacteria or nematodes. It is an excellent book in that it covers different aspects of /5. Jan Ritzema Bos(25 July , Groningen- 7 April , Wageningen) was a Dutch plant pathologist and first director of the Willie Commelin Scholten Foundationand founder of the Plant Protection Servicein in Amsterdam. He carried out application-oriented research and was nominated as Director of the newly founded 'Institute of Phytopathology' at : J , Groningen, Netherlands.
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Smith, Ralph E. (Ralph Eliot), Report of the plant pathologist and superintendent of southern California stations, July 1, to J / Related Titles. Series: Bulletin (California Agricultural Experiment Station) ; By. Smith, Ralph E. (Ralph Eliot), Type. Book Material. Published material.
Publication info. Report of the plant pathologist and superintendent of southern California stations, July 1, to J / By Smith, Ralph E. (Ralph Eliot), The first 40% of the book is more or less the principles of plant pathology and the second 60% of the book is a thorough coverage of the diseases of plants: the etiologic agents, the symptoms, the etiologies of the diseases, and, when they exist, the remedies.4/4(40).
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Book June as a discipline, had a very low profile within phycology. Reports were inconclusive, Andrews, himself a plant pathologist, became aware of the lack of interaction between. The first edition of this book was published in Demand and acceptance prompted a second edition in The third edition published in was a fairly enlarged edition with updated information on various aspects of principles of plant pathology with a futuristic approach.
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