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Effect of time of inoculation of Corynebacterium michiganense subsp. michiganense on yield of trellised tomatoes



Effect of time of inoculation of Corynebacterium michiganense subsp. michiganense on yield of trellised tomatoes



Australasian Plant Pathology 12(2): 15-16



Yield losses from bacterial canker were significant after inoculation of seed or of plants during transplanting, first pruning and first flowering, but not during the first harvest. Seed inoculated plants gave a higher yield than did plants inoculated at transplanting. Carryover of C. michiganense pv. michiganense in or on the seed, with spread of infection to other seedlings during transplanting, is the most significant cause of yield loss.

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