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Cover for Erysiphe necator (grapevine powdery mildew)

E. necator occurs in most grape-growing regions of the world. Diseased vines show a reduction in size, grape yield and winter hardiness compared with...

Cover for Aphanomyces euteiches (Aphanomyces root rot)

A. euteiches can cause considerable yield losses especially in the production of processing peas. Overall yearly losses of 10% are reported from the...

Cover for Eucalyptus camaldulensis (red gum)

In Australia, E. camaldulensis commonly grows up to 20 m tall and rarely exceeds 50 m, while stem diameter at breast height can reach 1-2 m or more....

Cover for Jubaea chilensis (Chilean palm)

The following description is from Janick and Paull (2008) and Guzmán et al. (2017):Adult palm consists of a massive solitary dark grey trunk 1 m or...

Cover for Limonia acidissima (elephant apple)

The following description is from Janick and Paull (2008):A deciduous, slow-growing, erect tree (to 10 m), L. acidissima has a few thorny branches...

Cover for Pongamia pinnata (Indian beech)

The following description is from Orwa et al. (2009); further descriptions are available from Oyen (1997), Cooper et al. (2019) and Flora of China...

Cover for Pinus pinea (stone pine)

Pinus pinea is a beautiful and picturesque tree with a unique, dense, umbrella-shaped crown. It can grow up to 25-30 m in height and 6 m in girth...

Cover for Cordia dodecandra (ciricote)

The following description is from Janick and Paull (2008):The tree is usually found in the upper forest canopy, reaching a height of 15 m. It has a...

Cover for Ceratonia siliqua (carob)

The following description is from Janick and Paull (2008) and Orwa et al. (2009):Ceratonia siliqua is a slow growing evergreen tree, up to 16 m tall,...

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