Plant disease control: principles and practice
Principles and conceptes of control; Plant disease losses; Disease development; Disease forecasting; Legal bases of exclusion; Methods of accomplishing exclusion; Eradication; Seed treatment and eradicant chemicals; Soil fumigation; Eradication by physical means; Fungicide development and use; Fungicide characteristics; Modifyng the environment; Altering cultural practices; Biological control; Pathogen-free seed; Pathogen-free vegetative propagative material; Resistance; Integrated disease management; Scientific names of host plants; Scientific names of pathogens.
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Principles and Concepts of Control
Plant Disease Losses
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