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Management of damping-off and Cercospora leaf spot in tobacco nursery

Management of damping-off and Cercospora leaf spot in tobacco nursery

Tobacco Research 13(1): 77-80

Control of the most serious seedbed diseases, Pythium aphanidermatum and Cercospora nicotianae, by soil drenches of metalaxyl and carbendazim sprays, was as effective as that achieved with Bordeaux mixture.

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