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Fungus maladies of the Sugar Cane. IX. Free-living nematodes inhabiting the soil about the roots of cane and their relation to root diseases

Fungus maladies of the Sugar Cane. IX. Free-living nematodes inhabiting the soil about the roots of cane and their relation to root diseases

Honolulu Rep Exp Sta Sug Pl Ass Div Path Physiol Bull, 6 163-195

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