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Botrytis allii Munn caused total onion damages of 15—20 % during storage in 1975—1979, and was present on 80—90 % of the spoilt onions. The proportion of damage caused by Fusarium oxysporum Schl. was 0—5 % and was present in 0—10 % of the spoilt onions. The early weight losses during storage of the onions were mostly due to storage pathogens which spread via the onion sets used as propagation material. This can be prevented very effectively by soaking the sets in benomyl solution beforedoi:10.23986/afsci.72053 fatcat:sc7ao5qfgffjtlgmqcyiu5fbna