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African Journal of Biotechnology
The potential of using stems for the detection of latent infection caused by Ralstonia solanacearum (Rs) was studied. Forty plants each were collected from four farms with bacterial wilt incidence below 4% in two growing seasons (season A and season B of 2005). The tubers of all the selected plants including 10 cm of the all lower stems were collected. Samples were taken to the laboratory for indexing against R. solanacearu (Rs) using ELISA techniques. The Rs status of each of the compositedoi:10.5897/ajb08.700 fatcat:exbocaiju5eo5dbvicie3oovju