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Vein withering of lucerne under irrigated conditions


, : Vein withering of lucerne under irrigated conditions. Pol' nohospodarstvo 29(2): 127-134

The reduction in stands of irrigated lucerne Palava (50% lower yield in the 3rd yr after establishment) caused by the spread of Corynebacterium insidiosum and Verticillium albo-atrum as aided by irrigation is described from field studies in 1973-5.


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