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Henderson, R.G. 1945: Further testing of copper fungicides for control of tomato blight in Southwest Virginia. Phytopathology 35: 120-8. bibl. 7
Snapp, O.I. 1942: Further tests of dichloroethyl ether and of jarring to control plum curculio. Jour Econ Ent 35(4): 514-516
Roberts, R.Alun Lewis, I.G. 1932: Further tests of nationality and strain in grasses. Welsh J. Agric 8: 94-102
Marani, M.; Goia, G.; Gerbaldi, C. 1940: Further tests of oil dusts for controlling C. molesta.. Riv. Frutticultura. 4: 1-8
Wilcox, R.B. 1945: Further tests of organic fungicides for control of Cranberry fruit rot. Proc. Amer. Cranberry Grs' Ass 75: 16-22
Swingle, M.C.; Mayer, E.L.; Gahan, J.B. 1944: Further tests of synthetic organic compounds as insecticides. Jour Econ Ent 37(5): 672-677
Jollos, V. 1939: Further Tests of the ROle of Cosmic Radiation in the Production of Mutations in Drosophila Melanogaster. Genetics 24(2): 113-130
Hoffman, M.B.; Van Doren, A.; Edgerton, L.J. 1943: Further tests on the methods of applying naphthalene acetic acid for control of the pre-harvest drop of Mclntosh apples. Proceedings American Society Hort Science 42: 203-206
Potts, S.F.; Whitten, R.R. 1940: Further tests with concentrated mixtures for aerial spraying. Jour Econ Ent 33(4): 676-681
Porter, D.A. 1941: Further tests with unconditioned phenothiazine as an anthelmintic in cattle. Proceedings Helminthol Society Washington 8(2): 38-41
Hitchcock, A.E.; Zimmerman, P.W. 1941: Further tests with vitamin B1 on established plants and on cuttings. Contr Boyce Thompson Inst 12(2): 143-156
Gottschewski, G.; Buck, J.B. 1938: Further transplantation experiments on D. melanogaster and D. pseudoobscura : the gene clot. Z. indukt. Abstamm.-u. VererbLehre. 74: 460-464
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Kursteiner, J. 1938: Further trials of culture of propionic acid bacteria (P-culture) in Emmental cheese factories. Schweiz. Milch-Ztg, 64: 457
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Wiesmann, R. 1942: Further trials on the effect of Gesarol upon honey bees. Schweiz. Z. Obst-u, Weinb 51: 245-51
Wlesmann, R. 1943: Further trials with Gesarol in fruit growing. Schweiz. Z. Obst- u, Weinb 52: 171-204
Vyvyan, M.C. 1944: Further trials with sprays to control pre-harvest fruit drop. A.R. East Malling Res. Stat. for 1943. A27: 49-51
Lazo, F.D.; Ilagan, J.M. 1941: Further variety test of cabbage. Philippine Jour Agric 12(1): 43-59
Tedin, O. 1941: Further vitamin C researches on potato. Sverig. Utsadesforen. Tidskr 51: 238-55
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Schropp, W.; Arenz, B. 1940: Further water culture experiments with boron. Bodenk. PflErnahr 19: 160-6
Condit, I.J.; Horne, W.T. 1941: Further work on Fig mosaic. Phytopathology 31(6): 561-563
Roach, W.A.; Roberts, W.O. 1945: Further work on plant injection for diagnostic and curative purposes. Jour Pomol And Hort Sci 21: 108-109
Nilssonehle, H. 1942: Further work on the production of tetraploid apples. Sverig. Pomol. Foren. Arsskr 43: 25-28
Sharples, A. 1927: Further work on treatment of 'wet-root rot'. Malayan Agric. Journ 15(2): 35-40
Kelly, E. 1941: Further work with homogenized milk. Rep. Bur. Dairy Ind., U.S. Dep. Agric, 47-49
Murray, R.K.S. 1933: Further yield records in connection with Oidium heveae. First Quart, Circ, for Rubber Res. Scheme (Ceylon). 1933 10(1): 1-8
Smith, E.H.G. 1931: Further yields from the Calabar plantation oil palms. 10th Ann. Bull. Agric. Dept. Nigeria. 1-18
Hesse, E. 1925: Further. Communications on N. praeustum. Zeitschr. wiss. Insektenbiol, Berlin 20: 9-10, 270-272
Anonymous 1942: Furthering Hungarian agriculture. Forschungsdienst 13: 81-82
Totterman, G. 1944: Furthermore on the question of the pathogenesis of pernicious tape-worm anemia. A preliminary report. Acta Medica Scandinavica, 118: 4/5, 422-429
Africa, C.M.; Refuerzo, P.G.; Garcia, E.Y. 1936: Furtherobservations on the life cycle of Gnathostoma spinigerum. Philippine Journal of Science 61(2): 221-225
Walker, J.C.; Lindegren, C.C.; Bachmann, F.M. 1925: Furthur studies on the toxicity of juice extracted from succulent Onion scales. Journ. Agric. Res 30(2): 175-187
Renking, O.A. 1926: Fusaria inoculation experiments. Relationship of various species of Fusaria to wilt and Colorado disease of Banana. Phytopath 16(6): 371-392
Massey, L.M. 1926: Fusariam rot of Gladiclus corms. Phytopath 16(8): 509-523
Bennett, F.T. 1933: Fusarimn patch disease of bowling and golf greens. Journ. Board Greenkeeping Res 3(9): 79-86
Carrera, C. 1936: Fusarinm in the Argentine Republic. Study and classification of some species. Physis 12: 43-7
Wollenweber, H.W. 1938: Fusarioses of Pigeon Pea, Cajanus indicus. Arb. biol. Anst. (Reichsanst.), Berl. 22(3): 339-347
Teixeira, D.Vasconcelos, A. 1942: Fusarioses.. Rev. agron, Lisboa., 30: 1
Fron, G. 1936: Fusariosis disease of Carnations. Rev. Path. veg 23(2): 131-144
Blattny, C. 1931: Fusariosis of Maize (Zea mays), a little known disease of young seedlings. Ochrana Rostlin 11(3-4): 129-132
Pronitcheva, Mme, L.L. 1936: Fusariosis of Wheat and determination of its injuriousness in the Azoff-Black Sea.region in 1934. Pl. Prot. Leningr. 1936. 8, 129-137
Marengo, L.V. 1942: Fusariosis of the Sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.). Rev. Fac. Agron, B. Aires. 10(1): 130-147
Brixhe, A. 1939: Fusariosisor 'wilt' of the Cotton plant. Bull. Com. coton, congol 4(14): 49-64
Riker, R.S.; Jones, L.R. 1933: Fusaritun strains in relation to wilt of China Aster. Phytopath 23(1): 29-30
Cejp, K. 1930: Fusarium allescherianum P. Henn., parasitic on certain glasshouse plants. Ochrana Rostlin 10(3): 75-77
Uberlhoer, W. 1927: Fusarium and the dry method of disinfection. Nachricht. uber Schadlings-bekumpf 2(3): 141-142
Appel, O. 1924: Fusarium as the causal organism of seedling diseases. Arb. Biol. Reichsanst. Land und Forstwirtsch 13(3): 263-303
Krampe, O. 1926: Fusarium as the cause of foot rots of cereals. Angewandte Botanik 8(4): 217-261
Kasai, M. 1925: Fusarium aspidioti Sawada, its culture and morphology. Ber. Ohara Inst. Landw. Forsch 2(5): 547-558
Dover, L. 1921: Fusarium attack on Cereals. Angewandte Botanik 3(3-4): 75-83
Wollenweber, H.W. 1934: Fusarium Bactridioides Sp. Nov., Associated with Cronartium. Science 79(2060): 572
Krug, H.P. 1937: Fusarium causing Cotton wilt in Brazil. Rodriguesia 2: 319-321
Taubenhaus, J.J.; Ezekiel, W.K. 1936: Fusarium crown and root rot, and Sclerophoma stem blight, of the Texas Bluebell. Bull. Torrey bot. Cl 62(9): 503-510
Wardlaw, C.W. 1931: Fusarium cubense. Tropical Agriculture 8(3): 54-60
Bender, T.R. 1941: Fusarium die-back of American Holly. Plant Dis. Reptr. 25(15): 403-406
Maupas, A. 1925: Fusarium disease of cereals in Germany. Journ. d'Agric. Prat 89(23): 457-459
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Van Koot, Y. 1943: Fusarium diseases of cucumbers. Tijdschr. Plantenz 49: 52-72
Riccardo, S. 1933: Fusarium dry rot of the Potato in the province of Naples. Ricerche e Divulg. Fitopat. per la Campania ed u Mezzogwrno, Portici 2: 1-16
Tomsa, K. 1928: Fusarium infection of the seed of garden Onion and the ensuing tracheo-mycosis (pathological wilt). Ochrana Roetlin 8: 4; 5, 73-79; 105-112
Riker, R.S. 1936: Fusarium lateritium v. fructigenum in relation to wilt of China Aster. Phytopathology 26: 11, 1085-1086
Morquer, R.; Nysterakis, F. 1944: Fusarium lateritium, a fungus parasitic on Phylloxera vitifoliae. C.R. Soc. BioL. Paris 138: 3-4, 75-76
Wollenweber, H.W. 1943: Fusarium monograph. II. Parasitic and saprophytic fungi. Zbl. Bald 106: 8-10, 171-202
Sleeth, B. 1934: Fusarium nivenm, the cause of Watermelon wilt. West Virginia Agric. Exper. Stat. Bull, 257: 23
Sleeth, B. 1934: Fusarium niveum, the cause of watermelon wilt. West Virginia Agric Exp Sta Bull 257: 1-23
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Sprague, R. 1937: Fusarium poae on spring Oats in Oregon. Plant Dis. Reptr 21(5): 87-88
Wollenweber, H.W. 1938: Fusarium produced diseases of the pigeon pea, Cajanus indicus. Arb. biol. Reichsanst. Berl 22: 339-47
Blank, L.M. 1937: Fusarium resistance in Wisconsin All Seasons cabbage. Jour Agric Res 55(7): 497-510
Jones, L.R.; Walker, J.C.; Monteith Jr.; J. 1925: Fusarium resistant Cabbage: progress with second early varieties. Journ. Agric. Res, 30: 11, 1027-1034
Rainio, A.J. 1932: Fusarium roseum Link-Gibberella saubinetii (Mont.) Sacc. on Oats and the poisoning induced thereby.. Valtion Maatolouskoetoiminnan Julkaisuja 50: 45
Plakidas, A.G. 1925: Fusarium rot of the Peach. Phytopath 15(2): 92-98
Cassell, R.C. 1945: Fusarium rots and storage diseases of Potatoes in New York. Plant Dis. Reptr. 29(13): 337-342
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Cunningham, H.S.; Reinking, O.A. 1945: Fusarium seed-piece decay of Potatoes on Long Island. Fm Res 11(3): 8-9
Kasai, M. 1924: Fusarium solani (Mart. pr. p.) App. et Wr. as the causal agency of dry rot in the 'Konnyaku' corms. Ber. Ohara Inst. Landw. Forsch 2(4): 463-472
Sansone, F. 1929: Fusarium solani (Mont.) Sacc. in mutualistic symbiosis with bacteria in the causation of wet rot of Potato tubers. Boll. R. Staz. Pat. Veg 9(2): 170-213
Bennett, F.T. 1935: Fusarium species on British cereals. Ann. appl. Biol 22(3): 479-507
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