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- Serious lettuce disease
Agriculture -- North Carolina
Lettuce -- Diseases and pests
- Original Format:
Monograph -- series
- 21 p. : ill., 1 map ; 23 cm.
- Item identifier:
- Stevens, Frank Lincoln more info on Stevens, Frank Lincoln, 1871-1934
- Created Date:
- Excerpt from summary: "Lettuce Sclerotiniose, also known as 'drop,' 'damp off,' 'wilt,' etc., is the most destructive lettuce disease in North Carolina. It is caused by a fungus (page 12), and is carried from season to season by small black bodies--Sclerotia--which thus serve as the 'seeds' of the disease (page 13).
- Digital Project:
Living Off the Land
- Special Collections Research Center at NCSU Libraries
- North Carolina Agricultural Research Service, Office of the Associate Dean and Director Records (UA101.001) held by Special Collections Research Center at NCSU Libraries
- Note field:
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- This material is in the public domain.
- Digitization of this material was made possible, in part, through the support of the North Carolina Farm Bureau, the North Carolina Tobacco Foundation, and the North Carolina Tobacco Research Commission.