Tomato diseases, Issue 1479
Available from Communications Branch, Agriculture Canada, 1991 - Technology & Engineering - 70 pages
Diagnostic key. Causes of disease and prevention. Diseases caused by microorganisms. Environmental diseases and disorders. Index of diseases and disarders.
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