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6 3 - 6 5 . , 1959b. Gumming disease in Reunion. C o m m . Phytopathol. News, 5: 2 8 - 2 9 . , 1967. , 12: 1 2 4 1 - 1 2 4 2 . vasculorum (Cobb) Dows. Proc. Int. Soc. , 1969. The two gumming diseases of sugar cane. Proc. Int. Soc. , 13: 1 1 7 0 - 1179. Antoine, R. and Hayward, A . C . , 1962. The gumming disease problem in the Western Indian Ocean area. Proc. Int. Soc. , 11: 7 8 9 - 7 9 4 . Antoine, R. , 1965. Cane diseases: 2. Gumming disease. Mauritius Sugar Ind. Res. , Annu. Rep. 1964, pp. 5 1 - 5 6 .
1982a) and Areca catechu L. ) O. , 1982b); and Guatemala grass, Tripsacum fasciculatum Trin. ex Asch. ( = T. Very few cases of infection have been observed in these hosts, except in D. album, R. regia and T. maxima. Orian (1954) suggested that gumming disease could have originated in Mauritius from palms, which could act as reservoirs of the disease. However, not a single case of gumming could be observed on palms during several years when the disease was absent from cane and even after the 1964 epidemic was well advanced (Antoine, 1969; Ricaud, 1976).
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