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Transplants suffered 50-60% damage, by Saperda populnea in 1959, whereas cuttings suffered very little, and the latter are now preferred. Planting Poplars in mixture is a mistake, as otherwise resistant varieties get infected with Melampsora populi, though canker is generally absent. KEYWORDS:...

Marton, T.
Erdo, 1961, 10, 12, pp 514-8 + smries.