The advance of the fungi
The potato murrain; Famine in Ireland; Oidium on the vines; Fruits of the fungi; The bunt of the wheat; vegetable pathology; Oospores and zoopores; Enter Louis Pasteur; The Barberry and the Wheat; Scholl for plant doctors; Phylloxera of the vines; the water fungi; Club root and anthrax; canker of the larch; Coffee rust in ceylon; After forty years; Bordeaux mixture; Danish "hot water"; the lead of the U.S.A.; Potato praying; Fungi in the orchards; Wheat- species in the making; Microbes and molecrobes; calling the chemical industry; Legislative measures; Blight, wart disease, leaf-roll; Fungi and the grat war; Dusting and seed-desinfection; New sprays for old; degeneration and virus diseases; Towards immunity.
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