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Identification of the causal agent of bacterial wilt of maize (Zea mays) in the high valley of Cochabamba

, : Identification of the causal agent of bacterial wilt of maize (Zea mays) in the high valley of Cochabamba. Memorias de la III Reunion Latinoamericana y XVI Reunion de la Zona Andina de Investigadores en Maiz Cochabamba, Santa Cruz, Bolivia, 1995: Tomo 1: 457-466

During 1992-93 in the Valle Alto, Cochabamba, Bolivia, 7 bacterial species were identified from maize and pathogenicity confirmed for 2, Erwinia stewartii (Pantoea stewartii subsp. stewartii) and E. chrysanthemi.

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