Bacterial Infection on Thistle

Bacterial Infection on Thistle

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Caption: Chlorosis in leaves of a creeping thistle, Cirsium arvense, caused by a bacterial pathogen, Pseudomonas syringae pv tagetis - a possible method of biological control of this weed, in Berkshire, England, in September.

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Keywords: bacteria, bacterial infection, berkshire uk, biocontrol, biological control, bleached leaves, britain, british agriculture, chlorosis, chlorotic, cirsium arvense, creeping thistle, england, english flora, europe, european nature, garden weed, natural weed control, pathogenic disease, plant pathogen, pseudomonas, pseudomonas syringae, pv tagetis, weed, weedy wasteland, white leaf

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