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Resistance of melon to bacterial diseases



Resistance of melon to bacterial diseases



Trudy po Prikladnoi Botanike, Genetike i Selektsii 69(2): 114-122



Of bacterial isolates from melon in Kuban' most were Bacillus mesentericus vulgatus (81.6%), followed by Erwinia carotovora (11.2%), Pseudomonas lachrymans (3.8%) and P. solanacearum (3.8%).

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