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Effectiveness of benomyl against Verticillium wilt of Cotton

, : Effectiveness of benomyl against Verticillium wilt of Cotton. Khimiya sel'. Khoz, 10: 1, 22-24

In pot trials soil application of benomyl at a depth of 20 cm reduced infection from 91.7 to 8.3%.


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