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Control of Xanthomonas campestris pv. campestris in crucifer seed with slurry treatments of calcium hypochlorite


, : Control of Xanthomonas campestris pv. campestris in crucifer seed with slurry treatments of calcium hypochlorite. Plant Disease 70(11): 1027-1030

In 16 seed treatment (soaks or slurries) tests the pathogen was reduced to undetectable levels in 1 lab.-infested Brassica oleracea seed lot and in 8 of 15 naturally infected lots when seed was slurry-treated with calcium hypochlorite at 10-20 g a.i./kg seed and left sealed in containers for 16 h. Slurry treatments had no immediate effect on germination but reduced it in some lots after 6 months.


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