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Extensive Verticillium epidemics on tomato in Apulia

Extensive Verticillium epidemics on tomato in Apulia

Informatore Fitopatologico 35(7/8): 29-32

Epidemics of V. dahliae in 1984 were favoured by the use of susceptible cultivars, monoculture for many years, an unsatisfactory method of seed extraction and mild, rainy weather conditions from the end of winter to the beginning of summer.

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