Integrated Control of Verticillium Wilt of Cotton by Soil Solarization and Tolerant Cultivars
About 70,000–90,000 ha of cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) are grown annually in Spain. Almost half of that acreage occurs in the Lower Guadalquivir Valley (Marismas) where cotton is grown intensively in clay, fertile soil mainly in 1 year rotation with cereals.
KeywordsVerticillium Wilt Inoculum Density Tolerant Cultivar Cotton Cultivar Verticillium Dahliae
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