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Verticillium disease of globe artichoke


Informatore Fitopatologico 35(9): 25-26
Verticillium disease of globe artichoke
Present knowledge on the distribution, symptoms and biology of V. dahliae is reviewed and control with chemicals and agricultural practices discussed.


Accession: 001507340



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