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The damage caused to potato crops by Rhizoctonia solani K

The damage caused to potato crops by Rhizoctonia solani K

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The author contends that the damage caused to potato crops by Rhizoctonia solani is generally underrated in Germany, and he undertook tests to obtain figures in support of his thesis. Inoculated tubers and controls of several varieties were planted at two depths of 14 and 6 cm. The germination of infected tubers was slower, and in one variety shoot vigour was reduced. These differences disappeared in the later part of the season, but they were still visible at flowering.

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