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Integrated control of viruses of pepper (Capsicum annuum, L.) in the South of Chihuahua



Integrated control of viruses of pepper (Capsicum annuum, L.) in the South of Chihuahua



Revista Mexicana de Fitopatologia 17(1): 8-16



During 1996 and 1997 control methods for Capsicum viral diseases were evaluated in southern Chihuahua, Mexico. Intercropping Capsicum-sorghum and Capsicum-maize delayed the onset of the disease.

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