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A NEW LEAF SPOT DISEASE OF GROUNDNUT CAUSED BY LEPTOSPHAERULINA TRIFOLII (ROSTR.) PETRAK = UNE NOUVELLE MALADIE A TACHES FOLIAIRES DE L'ARACHIDE CAUSEE PAR L. T. (R.) P.RAMIAH M; JEYARAJAN R.1975; CURR. SCI.; INDIA; DA. 1975; VOL. 44; NO 13; PP. 466-467; BIBL. 11 REF.Article

LES MALADIES DES LEGUMINEUSES FOURRAGERES. II. LES MALADIES DU FEUILLAGE. TACHES FOLIAIRES A LEPTOSPHAERULINA (PEPPER SPOT)BARRIERE Y; MASSENOT M; RAYNAL G et al.1974; ANN. PHYTOPATHOL.; FR.; DA. 1974; VOL. 6; NO 3; PP. 341-347; ABS. ANGL.; BIBL. 2 P.Article

ORGANIC GROWTH FACTOR REQUIREMENTS OF SIX FUNGICHAHAL SS.1978; INDIAN PHYTOPATHOL.; IND; DA. 1978; VOL. 31; NO 4; PP. 434-439; BIBL. 14 REF.Article

THE EFFECTS OF RED CLOVER (TRIFOLIUM PRATENSE VAR. REDHEAD), WHITE CLOVER (TRIFOLIUM REPENS VAR. S100) OR PERENNIAL RYEGRASS (LOLIUM PERENNE VAR. S23) ON THE REPRODUCTIVE PERFORMANCE OF SHEEPNEWTON JE; BETTS JE.1973; J. AGRIC. SCI.; G.B.; DA. 1973; VOL. 80; NO 2; PP. 323-327; BIBL. 13REF.Article

FUNGAL FOLIAGE DISEASES OF PASTURE LEGUMESBARBETTI MJ.1983; J. AGRIC., WEST. AUST.; AUS; DA. 1983; NO 1; PP. 10-12Article

Analysis of epidemics of Leptosphaerulina leaf spots of alfalfa and white clover in time and spaceOLANYA, O. M; CAMPBELL, C. L.Phytopathology. 1990, Vol 80, Num 12, pp 1341-1347, issn 0031-949XArticle

Combined effects of leaf spot diseases caused by Stemphylium vesicarum (Wallr.) Simmons and Leptosphaerulina trifolii (Rostr.) Petr. on lucerne cultivars, and the efficacy of some fungicidal control methodsLOWE, K. F; LANGDON, P. W; BOWDLER, T. M et al.Australian journal of experimental agriculture. 1987, Vol 27, Num 1, pp 59-65, issn 0816-1089Article

Effect of season, trash and fungicides on fungi associated with subterranean cloverBARBETTI, M. J.Australian journal of experimental agriculture. 1986, Vol 26, Num 4, pp 431-435, issn 0816-1089Article

Stimulation of isoflavonoid content in subterranean clover by infection with a fungusPARBERY, D. G; GARDNER, W. K; GOLEBIOWSKI, T et al.1984, Vol 50, Num 2, pp 114-116Article

Survey of fungi associated with subterranean clover leaves and petioles in Western AustraliaBARBETTI, M. J.Plant pathology. 1985, Vol 34, Num 1, pp 49-53, issn 0032-0862Article

Effect of Phoma medicaginis and Leptosphaerulina trifolii on herbage and seed yield and coumestrol content of annual Medicago speciesBARBETTI, M.J; NICHOLS, G.H.Phytophylactica. 1991, Vol 23, Num 3, pp 223-227, issn 0370-1263Article

Effects of temperature and humidity on diseases caused by Phoma medicaginis and Leptosphaerulina trifolii in lucerne (Medicago sativa)BARBETTI, M. J.Plant pathology. 1991, Vol 40, Num 2, pp 296-301, issn 0032-0862, 6 p.Article

Resistance in annual Medicago spp. to Phoma medicaginis and Leptosphaerulina trifolii and its relationship to induced production of a phytoestrogenBARBETTI, Martin J.Plant disease. 2007, Vol 91, Num 3, pp 239-244, issn 0191-2917, 6 p.Article

Resistance in annual Medicago species to Phoma medicaginis and Leptosphaerulina trifolii under field conditionsBARBETTI, M. J.Australian journal of experimental agriculture. 1995, Vol 35, Num 2, pp 209-214, issn 0816-1089Article

Incidence and severity of damage by pests and diseases to leaves of twelve cultivars of white cloverLEWIS, G. C; ASTERAKI, E. J.Annals of applied biology. 1987, Vol 110, pp 140-141, issn 0003-4746, supplArticle

Maladies observées en France sur graminées et légumineuses fourragères pérennes = Diseases observed in France on perennial fodder grasses and legumesLEYRONAS, Christel; RAYNAL, Guy.Phytoma, la défense des végétaux. 2003, Num 557, pp 14-16, issn 1164-6993, 3 p.Article

Relative resistance, associated yield losses and phyto-oestrogen production from fungal foliar disease in new and old annual medicago cultivarsBARBETTI, M. J.Australian journal of agricultural research. 1995, Vol 46, Num 2, pp 441-450, issn 0004-9409Article

Relationships between percentage defoliation, dry weight, percentage reflectance, leaf-to-stem ratio, and green leaf area index in the alfalfa leaf spot pathosystemJIE GUAN; NUTTER, Forrest W.Crop science. 2002, Vol 42, Num 4, pp 1264-1273, issn 0011-183XArticle

Impact of foliar diseases on photosynthesis, protein content and seed yield of alfalfa and efficacy of fungicide applicationHWANG, Sheau-Fang; HEPING WANG; GOSSEN, Bruce D et al.European journal of plant pathology. 2006, Vol 115, Num 4, pp 389-399, issn 0929-1873, 11 p.Article

Incidence and patterns of association of pathogens in a leaf spot disease complex on white clover in the Piedmont region of North CarolinaNELSON, S. C; CAMPBELL, C. L.Phytopathology. 1992, Vol 82, Num 10, pp 1013-1021, issn 0031-949XConference Paper

Development of foliar diseases of alfalfa in relation to microclimate, host growth, and fertilityEMERY, K. M; ENGLISH, J. T.Phytopathology. 1994, Vol 84, Num 11, pp 1263-1269, issn 0031-949XConference Paper

Effects of agrochemical treatments on the yield and botanical composition of pest damaged white clover swardsHOPKINS, A; GILBEY, J.Annals of applied biology. 1987, Vol 110, pp 124-125, issn 0003-4746, supplArticle

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