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Bacteria causing cauliflower and lettuce head rot in Yugoslavia






Zastita Bilja 41(1): 21-29

Bacteria causing cauliflower and lettuce head rot in Yugoslavia

Pseudomonas cichorii, P. marginalis pv. marginalis and P. viridiflava were identified from infected cauliflower and lettuce plants showing head spot and rot. Erwinia carotovora subsp. carotovora was identified only from lettuces.

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