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Research into the etiology of big vein disease of lettuce and trials on control



Research into the etiology of big vein disease of lettuce and trials on control



Mededelingen van de Faculteit Landbouwwetenschappen, Rijksuniversiteit Gent 45(2, I): 425-434



No causal agent was found during investigations into big vein disease (transmitted by Olpidium brassicae). In comparisons of various soil sterilants and fungicides, methyl bromide at 7.8 litres/are, chloropicrin at 7.8 litres, and Benlate (benomyl) at 150 g or 45.25 g/are applied as soil dust were the most effective in controlling O. brassicae. Electron microscopy, transmission tests, biochemical analysis and attempts to isolate mycoplasma yielded no evidence of a known disease agent.

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