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Bacterial ring rot of potatoes (Corynebacterium sepedonicum (Spieck et Kotth.) Skapt. et Burkh.)



Bacterial ring rot of potatoes (Corynebacterium sepedonicum (Spieck et Kotth.) Skapt. et Burkh.)



Plant Health Newsletter (77): 57-61



C. sepedonicum is not present in Austria, France, W. Germany, Switzerland and Rumania but is reported, among other countries, from Poland and Turkey. Nowhere is the disease causing great economic damage.

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