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Buckeye rot of tomato as influenced by different levels of N, P and K fertilizers

Journal of Turkish Phytopathology 12(1): 19-26
Buckeye rot of tomato as influenced by different levels of N, P and K fertilizers
In field studies on Phytophthora nicotianae var. parasitica higher N levels resulted in higher yield of healthy fruits, but also significantly higher disease incidence. At higher P levels there were more healthy fruits and less disease, particularly up to 90 kg P2O5/ha.

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