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|Title:||Managing Disease with Rotations|
|Publisher:||Australian Cotton Growers Research Association|
|Abstract:||Rotations are important to plant disease because they affect the survival and reproduction of plant pathogens and the biology and quality of soil. Plant disease is one of several factors to consider when choosing a rotation sequence for cotton.|
|Appears in Collections:||2002 Australian Cotton Conference|
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