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


, : The development of Fusarium wilt of carnation in soils with different soil inoculum levels, and disease control with carbendazim drenches. Acta Horticulturae: 115-121

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.

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