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Old March 8, 2016   #17
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The information in the article “Integrated effect of Glomus mosseae and selected plant oils on the control of bacterial wilt” holds little value to the average home gardener. I had intended to write a summary up on the article, but spring has sprung and my outside chores (labors of love) are a higher priority.
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