Interactions ofOospora pustulans, Rhizoctonia solani andHeterodera rostochiensis on the potato

  title={Interactions ofOospora pustulans, Rhizoctonia solani andHeterodera rostochiensis on the potato},
  author={E. Dunn and William A. Hughes},
  journal={European Potato Journal},
SummaryH. rostochiensis, R. solani andO. pustulans alone and together checked growth slightly. More severe checking was caused by the combination of all three organisms but the severest check was caused byO. pustulans andR. solani in combination. 
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