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Establishment of a parasitic relationship between Phialophora cinerescens and carnation


, : Establishment of a parasitic relationship between Phialophora cinerescens and carnation. Acta Horticulturae: 147-152

Results are presented of studies on the characteristics, survival in soil and role of intermediate hosts in the survival and multiplication of inoculum of the pathogen.


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