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Potato common scab investigations n. Five years of plot studies on soil reaction changes and incidence of scab as affected by limestone and sulphur applications on Pox fine sandy loam



Potato common scab investigations n. Five years of plot studies on soil reaction changes and incidence of scab as affected by limestone and sulphur applications on Pox fine sandy loam



Amer. Potato J, 35: 9, 662-675



Four annual applications of limestone, each at 2, 000 Ib./acre (final pH 7.3) or 1, 000 Ib. (6.5), to an Ontario field of Katahdin potatoes did not appear to increase the proportion of the tuber surface covered by scab (Streptomyces scabies), though they did cause profuse sporulation on many of the lesions.

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