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Plant disease

Fungi, bacteria, viruses, nematodes, and phytoplasmas are the cause of a wide range of major diseases, affecting the world's most important food crops. In this edition we focus on some of the latest approaches to controlling plant disease, from understanding plant genetics to providing the basic principles of plant pathology to help extension advisors give better advice to farmers.
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