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Host resistance and disease control in tomato



Host resistance and disease control in tomato



Evolution of the gene rotation concept for rice blast control A compilation of 10 research papers: 27-35



The history and objectives of the tomato breeding programme in the Caribbean region are outlined and the problems of disease and production are discussed.

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