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This disease compromises brassica, pea and bean field crop quality, Professor Geoffrey Dixon warns.
These pathogens are characterised by sporulating on the under-surfaces of leaves with chlorotic and necrotic areas found on the upper surfaces, writes Geoffrey Dixon.
Plasmodiophora brassicae can be a problem for all brassica varieties, Professor Geoffrey Dixon warns.
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