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Disinfection of a recycled substrate for the soilless crop

, : Disinfection of a recycled substrate for the soilless crop. Colture Protette 30(9): 125-129

In experiments conducted in Italy in 1999 with Gerbera Goldie (artificially inoculated with Phytophthora cryptogea), several disinfection treatments were compared.

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