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Ganoderma Diseases of Perennial Crops

Edited By: J Flood and M Holderness
Publisher: CABI Publishing
Ganoderma Diseases of Perennial Crops
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  • Ganoderma Diseases of Perennial Crops ISBN: 9780851993881 Hardback Jan 2000 Usually dispatched within 5 days
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Contents include: Section 1 - Ganoderma, organism and systematics; Section 2 - Ganoderma diseases of perrenial crops; Section 3 - Disease control and management strategies; Section 4 - Molecular variability in Ganoderma; Section 5 - Development of diagnostic tests for Ganoderma.

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This history of Ganoderma taxonomy; phylogeny; development of detection methods; Ganoderma in southern South America - an approach to its systematics; status of Ganoderma on oil palm in Indonesia; Ganoderma diseases of tea - current status in Malaysia; status of Ganderma diseases of forest trees in India; the spread of Ganoderma from infective sources in the field; some insects associated with Ganoderma fruiting bodies; the use of soil amendments for control; potential biocontrol agents for control in the field in Indonesia; breeding for resistance to Ganoderma wilt of coconut in India.

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Edited By: J Flood and M Holderness
Publisher: CABI Publishing
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