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ISBN: 9788184659597
Title: Plant pathology in India : vision 2030 /
Author: [compiled by T.S. Thind ... [et al.]].
Imprint: New Delhi : Indian Phytopathological Society,
Physical Desc.: 294 p. ; 24 cm.
Year: 2011
Price: USD 89.40 (pbk.)
Summary: Papers presented at the Brain Storming Session on "Plant Pathology in India: Vision 2030", held at University of Hyderabad on 2nd December 2011.
Subject Strings: Plant diseases--India--Congresses.
  Phytopathogenic microorganisms--Control--India--Congresses.
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