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Improved methods for detecting and estimating the number of cystosori of Polymyxa betae from infested soil, and for separating the cystosori from infected rootlets of sugar beet



Improved methods for detecting and estimating the number of cystosori of Polymyxa betae from infested soil, and for separating the cystosori from infected rootlets of sugar beet



Annual Report of the Society of Plant Protection of North Japan ( 44): 24-27



Methods for the detection and estimation of P. betae in soil, for the isolation of the pathogen from infected rootlets of sugarbeet and the relationship between infection by P. betae and a decrease in sugar content, were investigated.

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