Suppressive soil reduces carnation disease
AuthorsArthur H. McCain
Lyle E. Pyeatt
Thomas G. Byrne
Delbert S. Farnham
Authors AffiliationsArthur H. McCain is Plant Pathologist, Cooperative Extension, University of California, Berkeley; Lyle E. Pyeatt is Farm Advisor, Santa Clara County; Thomas G. Byrne is Specialist, Department of Environmental Horticulture, U.C. Deciduous Fruit Field Station, San Jose; Delbert S. Farnham is Farm Advisor, Santa Cruz County.
Hilgardia 34(5):9-9. DOI:10.3733/ca.v034n05p9. May 1980.
AbstractSmall amounts of Fusarium wilt-suppressive soils added to greenhouse soils effectively reduced plant loss.
McCain A, Pyeatt L, Byrne T, Farnham D. 1980. Suppressive soil reduces carnation disease. Hilgardia 34(5):9-9. DOI:10.3733/ca.v034n05p9
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