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Comparison of inoculation methods on ring rot development in potatoes and virulence of cultures of corynebacterium sepedonicum



Comparison of inoculation methods on ring rot development in potatoes and virulence of cultures of corynebacterium sepedonicum



Proceedings of the Canadian Phytopathological Society 37: 19




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