Studies on the control of potato bacterial seed-piece decay and blackleg with antibiotics
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Treating cut seed potatoes in solutions of streptomycin sulfate or of streptomycin sulfate combined with terramycin hydrochloride is an effective method for reducing the losses from blackleg and from seed-piece decay or missing hills caused byE. atroseptica andP. fluorescens.
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American Potato Journal
Volume 31, Issue 10 , pp 311-316
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