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Survival of Polymyxa betae during processing of vegetables and sugarbeet



Survival of Polymyxa betae during processing of vegetables and sugarbeet



Bulletin OEPP 25(4): 673-679



Samples of effluent were taken at various stages in a range of waste-water treatment systems from 7 beet sugar factories and 14 vegetables processors and tested by a seedling-baiting method. None of the systems examined appeared to completely remove P. betae, the fungal vector of beet necrotic yellow vein furovirus, the cause of rhizomania disease of sugarbeet.

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DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2338.1995.tb01120.x


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