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Comparative performance of different strawberry cultivars with and without methyl bromide fumigation in field soil naturally infested by Phytophthora spp. and Verticillium sp. and feasibility of using resistance of strawberry cultivars as an alternative to methyl bromide soil fumigation



Comparative performance of different strawberry cultivars with and without methyl bromide fumigation in field soil naturally infested by Phytophthora spp. and Verticillium sp. and feasibility of using resistance of strawberry cultivars as an alternative to methyl bromide soil fumigation








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