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Pathology of trees and shrubs with special reference to Britain. by Thomas Roland Peace

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Published by Clarendon P. in Oxford .
Written in English


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Pagination724p.,ill.,25cm
Number of Pages724
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Open LibraryOL17294915M

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Book: Pathology of trees and shrubs, with special reference to Britain. + pp. ref pp Abstract: This valuable reference work gives a comprehensive coverage of the fungal, bacterial, and virus diseases known in the temperate regions with particular emphasis on their occurrence and behaviour in by:   Dirr's Encyclopedia of Trees and Shrubs is the most comprehensive visual reference to more than species and cultivars. From majestic evergreens to delicate vines and flowering shrubs, Dirr features thousands of plants and all the essential details for identification, planting, and : Timber Press, Incorporated. Diseases of Trees and Shrubs, 2nd edn. Wayne A. Sinclair and Howard H. Lyon . Symptomatology is the essence of this simply quite splendid book. It is a big book, too, measuring 23 × 31 cm with pages, full colour plates of more than composite images of the highest quality and listed references (supported by a searchable CD Cited by: 2. A shrub or bush is a small- to medium-sized perennial woody herbaceous plants, shrubs have persistent woody stems above the are distinguished from trees by their multiple stems and shorter height, less than 6 m m (20 ft–33 ft) tall. Small shrubs, less than 2 m ( ft) tall are sometimes termed subshrubs.