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Field inspection of bulbous plants in the Netherlands

, : Field inspection of bulbous plants in the Netherlands. Acta Horticulturae 2(23): 381-384

In the Dutch inspection service, tulips and daffodils are examined for Ditylenchus dipsaci and iris for D. destructor.

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