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The development of Fusarium wilt of carnation in soils with different soil inoculum levels, and disease control with carbendazim drenches


Acta Horticulturae: 115-121
The development of Fusarium wilt of carnation in soils with different soil inoculum levels, and disease control with carbendazim drenches
Development of wilt (F. oxysporum f. sp. dianthi) symptoms on carnations in artificially infested soils in 4 tests in 1973-76 was recorded. Initial numbers of affected plants and rates of increase in disease severity were directly related to inoculum levels but differed between years. Disease increased relatively slowly until 10% of the plants showed symptoms, and then more rapidly.


Accession: 000530203



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