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New developments in cereal and soyabean seed treatment fungicides

, : New developments in cereal and soyabean seed treatment fungicides. Plant Disease 67(3): 257-258

Old, new and experimental treatments for barley, oats, wheat, maize, sorghum and soyabeans are reviewed.

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