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Phytophthora erythroseptica is shown to cause root and stem rot of tomato in field plantings near Sydney, New South Wales. Symptoms include wilting, stunting, premature yellowing of lower leaves, and browning of the cambial ring in the main roots and 4–5 cm up the stem. Wound inoculations with...
Samples of wheat grain delivered to five receival centres in western Victoria during the 1987188 harvest were examined for the presence of spores of Tilletia laevis and T. tritici. Of the 217 samples, 64 (29%) were contaminated with trace amounts of spores, predominantly those of T. tritici. All...
Pythium myriotylum was isolated from soil from under cowpeas (Vigna sinensis) grown as green manure crops in fallow sugarcane fields in northern Queensland. In pathogenicity tests, P. myriotylum severely restricted root and top growth of cowpeas.
Four fungal species were recorded in vitro as potential mycoparasites of sclerotia of Sclerotium cepivorum, the causal agent of onion white rot. Parasitised sclerotia appeared shrunken and decayed and failed to germinate. Light and scanning electron microscopy revealed colonisation of the...
A previously unrecorded fruit and leaf spot of custard apple caused by Cylindrocladium colhounii is reported in Queensland. The disease causes considerable damage where leaves and fruit come into contact with contaminated soil. The fungus is pathogenic on fruit, leaves, stems and roots. Control...
Potatoes, cv. Sebago, grown for the first time in a small paddock at Barrington Tops following improved pasture, were severely infected with Spongospora subterranea. No evidence for infection of the seed tubers used to plant this area was found. Bioassays for S. subterranea on 75 soil samples...
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