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Isolations were made from a range of onion seed lines to determine levels of Botrytis infection. The range of seed infection was 0–31.5%. B. allii was the most common species of Botrytis isolated from infected seed (87.9%) with B. cinerea, B. byssoidea and B. squamosa detected less frequently...
An isolate of Bacillus subtilis from the phylloplane of the forage legume Stylosanthes guianensis in the Amazon of Peru exhibited an antifimgal activity against a wide range of plant pathogenic fungi from various hosts. Mycelial growth, conidial germination, and conidial production by...
Rhynchosporium alismatis is reported for the first time in Australia causing necrotic leaf spots on two important aquatic weeds of rice, Alisma lanceolatum and Damasonium minus, and also on the native species A. plantago-aquatica This is the first world record of the fungus on A. lanceolatum and...
Sclerotinia sclerotiorum was grown on solid substrates based on kibbled (cracked) wheat and pine sawdust with various additives to examine its potential as a mycoherbicide against Californian thistle (Cirsium awense). Mycelial growth was vigorous on wheat but very weak on sawdust. Growth was...
High constant temperatures and 12 h112 h lowhigh temperature regimes in controlled environment cabinets induced the formation of teliospores of Puccinia paullula f. sp. Monsterae on Monstera deliciosa. In most experiments, 28–28.5°C was the optimum temperature for teliospore production; below...
The pathotype strain of Pseudomonas syringae pv, panici was examined using laboratory and pathogenicity tests. The strain is avirulent to Panicum miliaceum and therefore is unsuitable as the pathotype strain of the pathovar. The strain has affities with P. syringae pv. syringae but is not...
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