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Control of seedling disease of sandal (Santalum album L.)



Control of seedling disease of sandal (Santalum album L.)



Journal of the Indian Academy of Wood Sciencerecd 15(2): 60-64



Sandal seedlings suffer 100% mortality in nurseries in Tamil Nadu and Karnataka without control of seedling disease, caused by a combination of pathogenic fungi (mainly Fusarium oxysporum) and nematodes.

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