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On the resistance to benomyl of fungi isolated from bulbs and corms






Acta Horticulturae (47): 143-148

On the resistance to benomyl of fungi isolated from bulbs and corms

Isolates were obtained of Penicillium spp. (from lily, iris, tulip, gladiolus and Erythronium sp.) which grew rapidly on media containing 1 250 p.p.m. benomyl.


Accession: 000152765



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