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- Dowling, Madeline E.; Bridges, William C.; Cox, Brodie M.; Sroka, Tommy; Wilson, Jennifer R.; Schnabel, Guido
- Plant disease 2019 v.103 no.3 pp. 526-530
- stone fruits, etc ; Monilinia fructicola; blight; branches; farms; fruits; fungal spores; fungi; genetic variation; genotype; inoculum; microsatellite repeats; orchards; pathogens; plant rots; spring; storehouses; Show all 17 Subjects
- ... Monilinia fructicola is a destructive pathogen causing brown rot on stone fruits worldwide. Though it is best known as a fruit rot pathogen, M. fructicola also causes blossom blight and, subsequently, twig cankers in the spring. Orchard management strategies often overlook cankers as an inoculum source, though they are an inoculum source of both blossom and fruit infections. In this study, we anal ...
- Antelmi, I.; Sion, V.; Nigro, F.
- Plant disease 2019 v.103 no.4 pp. 765
- stone fruits, etc ; Colletotrichum acutatum; Glomerella cingulata; anthracnose; conidia; cultivars; culture media; dipping; dominant species; ethanol; fruit drop; fruits; hosts; internal transcribed spacers; mycelium; olives; orchards; pathogenicity; peduncle; ribosomal DNA; ribosomal RNA; salmon; sodium hypochlorite; tubulin; Italy; Portugal; Show all 26 Subjects
- ... Olive anthracnose is one of the most important diseases of olive worldwide (Moral et al. 2009). Among the Colletotrichum species associated to the disease, some in the complexes C. acutatum and C. gloeosporioides have been reported as the most frequent in Italy (Schena et al. 2014). During the 2017 season, severe losses were reported in several (18) olive orchards (approximately 30 ha) located in ...