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II. Studies in the physiology of host-parasite relations. II. Factors affecting resistance to bacterial wilt of Solanaceae



II. Studies in the physiology of host-parasite relations. II. Factors affecting resistance to bacterial wilt of Solanaceae



Proc. roy. Soc. Vict, 4: 1, 13-40



Heavy and rapid infection of potato and tomato plants by Bacterium solanacearum is induced by high soil moisture and in dry soil the plants are less susceptible to attack, the positive relationship between soil moisture and disease incidence being indicated by the severity of the disease encountered in the moist soil of the Koo-wee-rup district of Victoria.

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