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Control of tip over disease of Cavendish banana

Control of tip over disease of Cavendish banana

South Indian Horticulture 34(5): 336-337

Of the 6 fungicides tested, methoxyethyl mercuric chloride at 0.1% applied to the soil 30 days after planting and 5 more times at monthly intervals gave the best control of Erwinia carotovora.

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