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Studies on ring rot of potatoes caused by Corynebacterium sepedonicum



Studies on ring rot of potatoes caused by Corynebacterium sepedonicum



Sci Agric [Ottawa] 27(2): 81-85



When the injured and uninjured root tips of 40-day-old potato plants were momentarily dipped in a suspension of C. sepedonicum, and then transplanted to the field, ring rot developed in the tubers of these plants. No ring rot developed in plants from healthy sets placed in contact with, or adjacent to, overwintered diseased tubers, or when healthy sets were planted in field soil heavily infested the previous fall with an aqueous suspension of ring-rot bacteria. Ring-rot bacteria on jute sacking, suspended for 31/2-5 hrs. in a chamber heated at 50[degree]C, were killed.

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