First Report of Diplodia mutila on Blue Pine (Pinus wallichiana) in Kashmir Valley, India
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Blue pine (Pinus wallichiana) is prone to a number of diseases amongst which needle blight caused by Diplodia mutilaposes a serious threat to its regeneration in Kashmir valley. The disease initiated in the month of March as minute chlorotic spots on current year needles.
- Pinus wallichiana
- Kashmir valley
- chlorotic spots
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