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The occurrence of Fusarium oxysporum in soils, and on narcissus and tulip

, : The occurrence of Fusarium oxysporum in soils, and on narcissus and tulip. Acta Horticulturae (47): 113-118

Soils in which tulips and narcissi were growing, or had been grown, and the root plates of stored narcissus bulbs were all assayed for the presence of F. oxysporum as part of a long-term investigation into the aetiologies of basal rot of narcissus and Fusarium rot of tulip.

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