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L. obtusifolium is a deciduous shrub native to Japan, China and Korea. It has been introduced widely into the USA where it has...

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Cover for Sclerotinia sclerotiorum (cottony soft rot)

IntroductionSclerotinia diseases may affect both yield and quality of crops; the range of crop losses can vary from 0 to100%...

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Cover for Liriomyza sativae (vegetable leaf miner)

L. sativae is the most serious of the agromyzid pests, causing severe damage and loss of yield in many of the southern states of America,...

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Cover for Thanatephorus cucumeris (many names, depending on host)

Introduction T. cucumeris is a pathogen with a worldwide distribution and in Japan alone T. cucumeris...

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Cover for Chukrasia tabularis (Chittagong wood)

C. tabularis is a handsome tree with a straight bole and high-quality wood. The distribution of C. tabularis has become...

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Cover for Artocarpus lacucha (monkey jack)

A. lacucha is a highly valued fodder tree for farmers in the lower foothills of the Himalayas. It is very difficult to cultivate and little is...

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Cover for Artocarpus lanceifolius

A. lanceifolius is a moderate- to large-sized tree that reaches a height of 36 m. It is locally common in Thailand, Singapore, Borneo, Sumatra and...

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Cover for Dillenia obovata (Burma simpoh)

D. obovata is a medium-size to large deciduous tree (up to 35 m tall and 75 cm diameter) with a clear bole up to 14 m (usually less) and small...

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A. ghaesembilla is an erect, multi-branched tree between 3-12 m tall with wide distribution in southeast Asia. It is a slow growing, pioneer...

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Cover for Azadirachta excelsa

Most A. excelsa timber is used locally. It produces a light to medium-weight hardwood. Japan imports small amounts of A. excelsa from Papua New...

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