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Effect of different irrigation strategies on the mortality of pepper by Phytophthora capsici Leonian in greenhouses






Horticultura Argentina 14(37): 44-51

Effect of different irrigation strategies on the mortality of pepper by Phytophthora capsici Leonian in greenhouses

The effect of 3 irrigation systems (flooding of the furrow, furrow with low input of water and drip irrigation) on greenhouse-grown Capsicum mortality caused by P. capsici was investigated. Flooding of the furrow caused the highest percentage mortality. Both furrow irrigation systems showed a close correlation between percentage of dead plants and inoculum density. Drip irrigation caused the lowest mortality level.


Accession: 002811980



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