DOI:​10.21273/HORTSCI.47.5.621
Corpus ID: 86243410
Evaluation of Grafting Using Hybrid Rootstocks for Management of Bacterial Wilt in Field Tomato Production
Theodore McAvoy, J. Freeman, +2 authors M. Paret
Published 2012
Biology
Hortscience
Seven hybrid tomato rootstocks with possible resistance to bacterial wilt caused by Ralstonia solanacearum and a known resistant cultivar were tested as grafting rootstocks to impart resistance to a… Expand
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