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Fungicide-insecticide mixtures in -planting corm treatments for control of bacterial scab of Gladiolus

, : Fungicide-insecticide mixtures in -planting corm treatments for control of bacterial scab of Gladiolus. Plant Dis. Reptr, 38: 1, 55-56

Experiments carried out in 1951 and 1952 at Oregon Agricultural Experiment Station, Corvallis, indicated that the amount of gladiolus scab (Pseudomonas marginata) is influenced by the prevalence of wireworms, which provide wounds through which infection occurs.


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