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A new method of preserving plant pathogenic bacteria which attack bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) crops

A new method of preserving plant pathogenic bacteria which attack bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) crops

Revista de la Facultad de Agronomia de la Universidad Central de Venezuela 12(1/2): 23-33

Isolates of Corynebacterium flaccumfaciens Xanthomonas phaseoli and X. phaseoli var. fuscans (X. campestris pv. phaseoli) were grown on YCA medium (yeast extract, calcium carbonate agar), those of Pseudomonas phaseolicola and P. syringae on King's medium B. Cultures were incubated at 24 plus or minus 1 deg C until the agar was completely dry (5-6 wk). The agar was ground and the powder stored in sterile vessels at 24 plus or minus 1 deg.

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