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Control of black rot disease of cauliflower by seed treatment


, : Control of black rot disease of cauliflower by seed treatment. Progressive Horticulture 17(1): 72-74

In 3-year trials the seeds were treated with several chemicals or hot water (50 degrees C for 20 minutes). The seeds were sown in late August and the results of treatments were assessed in September (on germination) and in the field in March.

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