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The effects of plastic protections on the development of mycorrhizal infection in roots of different horticultural cultivars


, : The effects of plastic protections on the development of mycorrhizal infection in roots of different horticultural cultivars. Proceedings of the the XI International Congress on the use of plastics in agriculture, 26 Feb 2nd Mar, 1990, New Delhi, India: E.79-E.80

The percentage root infection by VA mycorrhizas on lettuce, cucumber, marrows, bean and parsley increased in the greenhouse in Chile when a plastic mulch was used.


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