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Control of bacterial wilt in India

, : Control of bacterial wilt in India. Bacterial Wilt Newsletter, ACIAR (2): 7-8

Information on the control of Pseudomonas solanacearum on tomato, aubergine and Capsicum is reviewed and tabulated.

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