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The Carnation as a carrier of wilt-producing Fusaria



The Carnation as a carrier of wilt-producing Fusaria



J. Colo. Wyo. Acad. Sci 4(2): 60-61



In investigations at the Colorado A and M College isolations were made from 1, 790 apparently healthy carnations of 20 varieties. Fusarium sp. was obtained from 107 (6 per cent.) of the plants. From the Virginia variety Fusarium constituted 81 per cent. of the isolates. It was also very prevalent in White Patrician, Pink Patrician, Starlight, and Northland, but was not isolated from Flesh Pink Patrician, Light Pink Patrician, Louise, and Sylvia.

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