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Prospects for control of bacterial spot of pepper and tomato in the anglophone Eastern Caribbean: a research model for the application of biotechnology in small developing countries



Prospects for control of bacterial spot of pepper and tomato in the anglophone Eastern Caribbean: a research model for the application of biotechnology in small developing countries



Prospects for control of bacterial spot of pepper and tomato in the anglophone Eastern Caribbean: a research model for the application of biotechnology in small developing countries: 99 pp.



This report details a research programme which was carried out to evaluate disease resistance genes to Xanthomonas campestris pv. vesicatoria in tomato and Capsicum annuum. Other control measures, such as the use of zinc bactericides and field sanitation were also tested. The first part of the report covers: the objectives of the study; research timetable; financing; collaborations; and a research model for the application of biotechnology.

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