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Studies on cultivation technology of avoiding disease and increasing yield in green asparagus



Studies on cultivation technology of avoiding disease and increasing yield in green asparagus



Advances in Horticulture 2: 618-621



Stem blight an important disease of asparagus, was controlled using cultural control techniques in China.

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