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Treatment of gladiolus cormels: Hot-water bath treatment of planting stock shows promise as means of controlling serious corm-borne fungus diseases

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J. G. Bald, University of California, Los Angeles.
John Ferguson, University of California, Los Angeles.
B. B. Markley, University of California, Los Angeles.

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California Agriculture 10(6):15-16.

Published June 01, 1956

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Diseases of gladioli—especially those carried on the planting stock—are the limiting factor in commercial production of gladioli in California.

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The above progress report is based on Research Project No. 1462.

Treatment of gladiolus cormels: Hot-water bath treatment of planting stock shows promise as means of controlling serious corm-borne fungus diseases

J. G. Bald, John Ferguson, B. B. Markley
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Treatment of gladiolus cormels: Hot-water bath treatment of planting stock shows promise as means of controlling serious corm-borne fungus diseases

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Authors

J. G. Bald, University of California, Los Angeles.
John Ferguson, University of California, Los Angeles.
B. B. Markley, University of California, Los Angeles.

Publication Information

California Agriculture 10(6):15-16.

Published June 01, 1956

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Diseases of gladioli—especially those carried on the planting stock—are the limiting factor in commercial production of gladioli in California.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

The above progress report is based on Research Project No. 1462.


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