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Fungicides and Biological Products Activities towards Fungi Causing Diseases on Banana and Vegetable in Cote d'Ivoire

By Daouda Koné, Camara Brahima, Badou Jean Odjochounou, Doumbouya Mohamed, Soro Sibirina, Carine Aya N'Guessan and Bomisso Edson Lezin

Submitted: May 14th 2010Reviewed: August 17th 2010Published: December 14th 2010

DOI: 10.5772/13976

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Daouda Koné, Camara Brahima, Badou Jean Odjochounou, Doumbouya Mohamed, Soro Sibirina, Carine Aya N'Guessan and Bomisso Edson Lezin (December 14th 2010). Fungicides and Biological Products Activities towards Fungi Causing Diseases on Banana and Vegetable in Cote d'Ivoire, Fungicides, Odile Carisse, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/13976. Available from:

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