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Cabbage head rot due to sporeforming bacteria



Cabbage head rot due to sporeforming bacteria



Annals of Agricultural Science, Ain Shams Univ 28(3): 1163-1185



Isolates from diseased Balady winter cabbage and Brunswick summer cabbage at Minia in 1981-82 were identified as Bacillus polymyxa and B. pumilus respectively. The disease was severe at 30 and 25 degrees C and moderate at 20 degrees. In greenhouse and field inoculation tests B. polymyxa was the more pathogenic sp.

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