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Hot-water treatment of tubers for elimination of the potato phyllody pathogen



Hot-water treatment of tubers for elimination of the potato phyllody pathogen



Indian Phytopathology 1980; 32(4): 646-648



Potato tubers (2-3 cm diam.) were hot water treated at 45, 50 and 55 deg C for 10-30 min. The pathogen, a mycoplasma, was eliminated by treatment at 50 deg for 10-20 min.

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