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Base rot disease of passionfruit and its control in Fujian


Journal of Fujian Academy of Agricultural Sciences 12(1): 40-43
Base rot disease of passionfruit and its control in Fujian
Base rot disease of passionfruit is caused by Fusarium oxysporum f.sp. passiflorae. The disease develops between March and December. The relationship between disease development and cultivars, age of tree and soil pH is discussed.


Accession: 002763002



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