Citrus Scab

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2008-11
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Nelson, Scot
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University of Hawaii
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Citrus can be grown in Hawaii but due to various insects and plant diseases limiting production, the majority of citrus fruits consumed here are imported. This disease seriously affects marketability of Hawaii-grown citrus, although edibility is not affected.
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Elsinoe fawcettii, Citrus, fungal diseases of plants, signs and symptoms (plants), disease and pest management, Hawaii
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Nelson S. 2008. Citrus scab Honolulu (HI): University of Hawaii. 6 p. (Plant Disease; PD-60).
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6 pages
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