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Studies on Corynebacterium sepedonicum on potato. I. Observations on the incidence of C. sepedonicum Spiek. Dows. in the Tai-Koan-Ryeng zone and experiments on its control



Studies on Corynebacterium sepedonicum on potato. I. Observations on the incidence of C. sepedonicum Spiek. Dows. in the Tai-Koan-Ryeng zone and experiments on its control



Nong-sa Si-hem Yen-ku Po-ko/Res. Rep. Office Rur. Dev, Suwon, 11: 2, 1-15



Nine leading varieties of potato in Korea were tested for resistance to Corynebacterium sepedonicum.

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