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Cryptogamic diseases of glasshouse tomatoes

, : Cryptogamic diseases of glasshouse tomatoes. Acta Horticulturae (58): 481-485

Studies on the control, by seed and soil treatment, of a wide range of fungal diseases.

Accession: 000625021

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