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Inhibition of growth of Ceratocystis



Inhibition of growth of Ceratocystis



Plant Dis. Reptr, 42: 5, 696-702



A preliminary study was made of the possible absorption of captan from the soil by several species of plants. Ceratostomella ulmi was found to be very sensitive to captan in vitro. Residues of acetone extracts from leaves or stems were tested by bio-assay on agar plates inoculated with C. ulmi.

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