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The sensitivity of isolates of Penicillium expansum and P. solitum from pomefruits was determined for imazalil and iprodione fungicides. Ten of the cultures had been collected and freeze dried before either fungicide was used in New South Wales and therefore represent “wild’ biotypes in relation...
An experiment in pots showed lower numbers of galls and female Meloidogyne naasi in the roots of perennial ryegrass (Lolium perenne) infected with the endophytic fungus Acremonium lolii than in endophyte-free ryegrass. There was no effect of fungus or nematode infection on shoot or root dry weight.
Results from a questionnaire on the status of taxonomic research and teaching in mycology demonstrate that taxonomic mycology is greatly neglected. Only 15 researchers in universities and 17 in other institutions in Australia spend at least some of their time on taxonomic mycology. This compares...
Four pre-infection fungicides were found to be as effective as the industry standard ziram for the control of grapevine anthracnose. In field and glasshouse trials, dichlofluanid, captan, fluazinam and chlorothalonil all provided excellent disease control. Prochloraz and fenarimol were less...
The effect of flutriafol (a sterol-inhibiting triazole fungicide) on saprophytic survival and growth of Rhizoctonia solani (AG-8, causal agent of rhizoctonia root rot of wheat) in vitro and in soil was investigated with agar plate tests, a soilsandwich experiment and soil bioassays. At a...
Aglasshouse and a field trial were conducted to determine the resistance of three cultivars of Phaseolus vulgaris L. from Florida (XR235, TxR235 and L23) and two local cultivars (Campbell 11 and CH14) to three Queensland isolates (0795, 2475, 2503) of Xanthomonas campestris pv. phaseoli Cultivar...
When the leaves of 4- to 6-weeks-old papaw seedlings were mechanically inoculated with sap extracts containing tobacco ringspot Nepovirus (TRSV), tobacco streak Ilarvirus (TSV), tomato spotted wilt Tospovirus (TSWV), lettuce necrotic yellows Rhabdovirus (LNYV) or solanum nodiflorum mottle...
Chlorotic ringspot symptoms were noted on Cuban royal palms (Roystonea regia) from two locations in south-east Queensland. A virus, provisionally named Roystonea palm virus (RoPV), was isolated from these plants. It was mechanically transmitted to Chenopodium amaranticolor, C. quinoa, Nicotiana...
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