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- Cosseboom, S. D., et al. Show all 4 Authors
- Plant disease 2018 v.102 no.3 pp. 679
- Botryotinia; Botrytis cinerea; acreage; ambient temperature; boscalid; conidia; cyprodinil; fenhexamid; fludioxonil; fruits; fungal growth; genes; glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate dehydrogenase; gray mold; humidity; iprodione; mycelium; pathogens; planting; polymerase chain reaction; pyraclostrobin; strawberries; thiophanate-methyl; tubulin; California; Eastern United States
- ... Gray mold of strawberry is caused by Botryotinia ricini, Botrytis caroliniana, Botrytis cinerea, Botrytis fragariae, and Botrytis mali, but only B. cinerea has been reported in California (Amiri et al. 2016; Dowling and Schnabel 2017). In 2016, spores of Botrytis spp. were collected from strawberry fruit symptomatic of gray mold from 40 fields distributed throughout California’s strawberry product ...