Item - PE003201 - "Bacterial Ring Rot of Potatoes" pamphlet

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PE003201 - "Bacterial Ring Rot of Potatoes" pamphlet

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      Shenderevich, N.
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      Winnipeg (Man.)
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      Winnipeg (Man.)

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    One (1) printed paper pamphlet. Semi-glossy paper. Bi-fold. Includes two (2) B&W photograph prints. Includes three (3) illustrations. Unpaginated. 23cm x 15.3cm.

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    A pamphlet titled “Bacterial Ring Rot of Potatoes” by N. Shenderevich, a research assistant, and E.T. Andersen, Associate Professor of Horticulture at the University of Manitoba. The pamphlet is from the Extension Service of the Department of Agriculture and Immigration in Winnipeg, Manitoba. The stamp on the cover page indicates that the pamphlet is from the Office of the Agricultural Representative in Altona, Manitoba. The pamphlet provides information about how ring rot affects potatoes, how it spreads, and control methods for preventing the spread.

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