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Epiphytic pseudomonas syringae population size greater than a threshold level is predictive of brown spot incidence on snap beans phaseolus vulgaris cultivar eagle



Epiphytic pseudomonas syringae population size greater than a threshold level is predictive of brown spot incidence on snap beans phaseolus vulgaris cultivar eagle



Phytopathology 71(8): 890




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