DOI:​10.1094/PDIS-05-15-0580-RE
Corpus ID: 59305240
Low Concentrations of a Silver-Based Nanocomposite to Manage Bacterial Spot of Tomato in the Greenhouse.
A. Strayer, I. Ocsoy, +2 authors M. Paret
Published 2016
Biology, Medicine
Plant disease
Bacterial spot, caused by four Xanthomonas spp., is one of the most damaging diseases of tomato worldwide. Due to limited disease management options, growers rely heavily on copper-based bactericides… Expand
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