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Treating row crop seeds with fungicides as control measure against decay or damping-off

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L. D. Leach

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California Agriculture 1(11):4-4.

Published October 01, 1947

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Treating seeds of several vegetable or field crops with the proper fungicides may improve stands by reducing the amount of seed decay or damping-off. In addition, several seed-borne diseases can be controlled by seed treatment.

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Treating row crop seeds with fungicides as control measure against decay or damping-off

L. D. Leach
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Treating row crop seeds with fungicides as control measure against decay or damping-off

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L. D. Leach

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California Agriculture 1(11):4-4.

Published October 01, 1947

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Abstract

Treating seeds of several vegetable or field crops with the proper fungicides may improve stands by reducing the amount of seed decay or damping-off. In addition, several seed-borne diseases can be controlled by seed treatment.

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