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Control of four post-harvest tomato fruit rots in Nigeria by oils


Indian Phytopathology 38(2): 270-277
Control of four post-harvest tomato fruit rots in Nigeria by oils
Of the 5 oils, palm kernel and liquid paraffin were most inhibitory to spore germination of Rhizopus oryzae, Curvularia lunata and Phoma sorghina (soft rot pathogens) and Fusarium equiseti (dry rot). Storage temp. alone or in combination with these 2 oils were tested in the lab., using inoculated tomato fruits.


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