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Contribution to the knowledge of the aetiology of powdery mildew of Cucurbitaceae grown in North-East Argentina

, : Contribution to the knowledge of the aetiology of powdery mildew of Cucurbitaceae grown in North-East Argentina. Fitopatologia 22(1): 21-29

Powdery mildew of watermelon, melon, cucumber, Cucurbita spp. and Lagenaria siceraria in the region is caused by the imperfect state of Sphaerotheca fuliginea.

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