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Fungicidal control of brown spot of passion fruit in Uganda






Acta Horticulturae (49): 281-289

Fungicidal control of brown spot of passion fruit in Uganda

Dithane M 45 at 2.5 kg/ha in 2000 l water is recommended for controlling Alternaria passiflorae.


Accession: 000099399



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