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Chemical differentiation between two Botrytis species

, : Chemical differentiation between two Botrytis species. Revista de la Facultad de Ciencias Agrarias 21(1/2): 73-74

When cultures on potato-glucose agar were covered with filter paper moistened with 10 p.p.m. dichlofluanid growth of B. cinerea was inhibited after 48 h, while B. allii was unaffected.

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