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Grafting Tomatoes in Multi-Bay High Tunnels as a Way to Overcome Soil-Borne Diseases
This presentation summarizes a 2008 grant to evaluate ‘Maxifort’ rootstock for its ability to manage verticillium wilt and other soil-borne diseases. Research was done on Steve Groff's Cedar Meadow Farm in Pennsylvania.
Want more information? See the related SARE grant(s) FNE08-636, Grafting Tomatoes in Multi-Bay High Tunnels as a Way to Overcome Soil-Borne Diseases.
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