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Assessment of red rot susceptibility in sugar cane

Assessment of red rot susceptibility in sugar cane

Sugar Cane (Spring, Supplement): 24-26

Glomerella tucumanensis inoculum was sprayed on the foliage of seedlings (6, 10 or 24 weeks old) of 6 varieties in the field.

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