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Effect of several cover crops on the intensity and viability of Rigidoporus lignosus on rubber trees

, : Effect of several cover crops on the intensity and viability of Rigidoporus lignosus on rubber trees. Buletin Perkaretan 7(1): 6-12

In studies in Indonesia, cover crops could not prevent infection once the pathogen had attacked the collar of the rubber tree, although they tended to reduce disease intensity through stimulating the growth of microorganisms, particularly bacteria and actinomycetes.


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