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- Rio-Mendoza, L. E. Del, et al. Show all 6 Authors
- Plant disease 2012 v.96 no.9 pp. 1291-1296
- Fusarium oxysporum; chlorosis; cultivars; discoloration; field experimentation; greenhouses; inoculation methods; leaves; necrosis; screening; sugar beet; virulence; wilting; Minnesota; North Dakota
- ... In all, 98 isolates of three Fusarium spp. (18 Fusarium oxysporum, 30 F. graminearum, and 50 Fusarium sp. nov.) obtained from sugar beet in Minnesota were characterized for pathogenicity and virulence on sugar beet in the greenhouse by a bare-root inoculation method. Among the 98 isolates tested, 80% of isolates were pathogenic: 83% of the F. oxysporum isolates, 57% of the F. graminearum isolates, ...