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Pythium Blight on Overseeded Turfgrass

PP124/PP 203 by Philip F. HarmonAugust 23, 2018

Pythium Root Rot

LH050/SS-PLP-11 by M. L. Elliott and P. F. HarmonAugust 9, 2018

Screening for Resistance to Pythium Root Rot among Twenty-three Caladium Cultivars

EP259/ENH1008 by Z. Deng, B. K. Harbaugh, R. O. Kelly, T. Seijo, and R. J. McGovernNovember 26, 2018

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Pythium, or Damping-off in Florida Artichokes

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