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Review of plant pathogens resistant to fungicides and bactericides


, : Review of plant pathogens resistant to fungicides and bactericides. Plant Protection Bulletin, FAO 25(3): 97-111

Reports of field and lab. occurrences of plant pathogens resistant to various fungicides and bactericides are tabulated according to type of compound.

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