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Solar heating and amendments control cabbage yellows

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José Ramirez Villapudua, Universidad Autonoma de Sinaloa
Donald E. Munnecke, Department of Plant Pathology

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California Agriculture 40(5):11-13.

Published May 01, 1986

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Not available – first paragraph follows: In the overall scheme of things in agriculture, cabbage yellows is not a particularly damaging disease. The pathogen, however — Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. conglutinans, referred to as “Foe” — belongs to a group of troublesome, very damaging, and economically important fungi that cause the Fusarium wilt diseases. The main species, F. oxysporum, has varieties (called “forma species”) that lead to heavy losses in crop plants worldwide, including cotton, tomato, banana, cucurbits, crucifers, and many ornamental crops.

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Solar heating and amendments control cabbage yellows

José Ramirez Villapudua, Donald E. Munnecke
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Solar heating and amendments control cabbage yellows

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Authors

José Ramirez Villapudua, Universidad Autonoma de Sinaloa
Donald E. Munnecke, Department of Plant Pathology

Publication Information

California Agriculture 40(5):11-13.

Published May 01, 1986

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Not available – first paragraph follows: In the overall scheme of things in agriculture, cabbage yellows is not a particularly damaging disease. The pathogen, however — Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. conglutinans, referred to as “Foe” — belongs to a group of troublesome, very damaging, and economically important fungi that cause the Fusarium wilt diseases. The main species, F. oxysporum, has varieties (called “forma species”) that lead to heavy losses in crop plants worldwide, including cotton, tomato, banana, cucurbits, crucifers, and many ornamental crops.

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