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Bacterial wilt in the Philippines


Bacterial wilt disease in Asia and the South Pacific: 49-56
Bacterial wilt in the Philippines
Of 264 tomato isolates of Pseudomonas solanacearum, 1.8% were of biovar I, 89.7% of biovar III and 8.3% of biovar IV. Of 111 white potato isolates, 5.4% were biovar II, 70.3% were biovar III and 24.3 of biovar IV. Of 41 aubergine isolates, 4.9% were biovar I, 80.5 of biovar III and 14.6% of biovar IV. Of 26 Capsicum isolates, 65.4% were of biovar III and 43.6% of biovar IV.

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