Science into practice advances in controlling carrot cavity spot

Recent research on cavity spot has completely changed our understanding of how the disease behaves in a carrot crop. It is now clear that Pythium violae does not behave like "classic" soil-borne diseases, where disease is directly proportional to initial inoculum levels.

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