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Verticillium wilt of potato caused by Verticillium nigrescens Pethybridge


, : Verticillium wilt of potato caused by Verticillium nigrescens Pethybridge. Annals of the Phytopathological Society of Japan 50(5): 641-642

V. nigrescens was isolated from plants showing symptoms of chlorosis, defoliation and rapid death, a disease new to Japan.

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