Survival ofErwinia carotovora in Wisconsin soils

@article{Boer1979SurvivalOC,
  title={Survival ofErwinia carotovora in Wisconsin soils},
  author={S. H. De Boer and Edgar Allan and Arthur Kelman},
  journal={American Potato Journal},
  year={1979},
  volume={56},
  pages={243-252}
}
Erwinia carotovora var.atroseptica (van Hall) Dye andE. carotovora var.carotovora (Jones) Dye were detected in agricultural soils in Wisconsin using baiting and enrichment techniques. These soft rot bacteria could not be detected in soils of potato fields prior to planting of crops in the spring period using standard soil dilution plating techniques on a crystal violet pectate medium, however. A procedure involving incubation of samples in pectate enrichment broth followed by preparation of… CONTINUE READING

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