Big vein disease of lettuce in Imperial Valley
AuthorDemetrios G. Kontaxis
Author AffiliationsDemetrios G. Kontaxti is Farm Advisor (Plant Pathology Nematology) Cooperative Extension, Imperial County (Courthouse, El Centro, California 92245).
Hilgardia 32(7):16-17. DOI:10.3733/ca.v032n07p16. July 1978.
AbstractOnly 12 percent of the lettuce plants infected with big vein develop into a marketable crop. A systemic fungicide controls the disease, whereas fumigants appear t o favor big vein of lettuce.
Kontaxis D. 1978. Big vein disease of lettuce in Imperial Valley. Hilgardia 32(7):16-17. DOI:10.3733/ca.v032n07p16
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