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Diseases of temperate horticultural plants.

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Chapter 20 (Page no: 331)

Carrot, celery and parsnip.

This chapter describes some fungal (including seedborne and soilborne) and viral diseases, including postharvest diseases, of three temperate vegetable crop species, namely Daucus carota subsp. sativus (carrot), Apium graveolens var. dulce [A. graveolens] (celery) and Pastinaca sativa (parsnip), including their symptoms and causal agents (including seedborne and soilborne fungi). Some control measures are also given, such as the use of pesticides, cultural methods, resistant cultivars, and removal of infected parts.

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