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Reducing the cost of blister blight control



Reducing the cost of blister blight control



Span 1958. 2: 34-35



In recent experiments on the control of blister blight of tea in Ceylon simultaneous spraying of 2 or 4 rows of tea was achieved by the use of double-nozzled sprayers.

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