sclerotium cepivorum

Dehydrated Garlic Powder used to Reduce Sclerotium Cepivorum in Field Soil

Central Oregon Agricultural Research Center 2000 Annual Report
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Series/Report number: 
1025

Use of Soil-Applied Garlic Powder to Reduce Inoculum of Sclerotium Cepivorum and Control White Rot of Onions and Garlic

Central Oregon Agricultural Research Center 1995 Annual Report
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Series/Report number: 
987

Flooding for Eradication of the Onion and Garlic White Rot Fungus, Sclerotium cepivorum, from Infested Field Soil

Central Oregon Agricultural Research Center 1992 Annual Report
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Series/Report number: 
922

Effects of Hot Water and Formaldehyde Seed Treatments on Sclerotia of the White Rot Fungus

Central Oregon Agricultural Research Center 1988 Annual Report
Series/Report number: 
847

Eradication of the White Rot Fungus from Infested Soil by Stimulation of Sclerotia in the Absence of Host Crops

Central Oregon Agricultural Research Center 1988 Annual Report
Series/Report number: 
847

Repeated Irrigation of Low Amounts of Germination Stimulants for Reduction of Sclerotia of Sclerotium cepivorum

Central Oregon Agricultural Research Center 2007 Annual Report
Series/Report number: 
1084
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