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Control of bacterial wilt of strawberry by planting with healthy seedlings


, : Control of bacterial wilt of strawberry by planting with healthy seedlings. Plant Protection Bulletin, Taiwan 29(2): 199-201

This disease, caused by Pseudomonas solanacearum, was found for the 1st time in Taiwan in Oct. 1983. Infected plants died soon after the earliest symptoms, drooping of the oldest leaves, appeared. A survey in May 1984 showed that disease incidence in a field was 0.53%-2.59%, av. 1.44% but observation of longitudinal cuts in the plant crowns revealed the infection, as indicated by brown discoloration, to range from 20 to 44%, av. 32.25%.


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