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- Oleskevich, C.; Shamoun, S.F.; Vesonder, R.F.; Punja, Z.K.
- Canadian journal of plant pathology 1998 v.20 no.1 pp. 12
- Gibberella avenacea, etc ; infection; Rubus strigosus; Rubus spectabilis; Rubus; Colletotrichum dematium; Phomopsis; biological control agents; weed control; introduced species; leaf area; necrosis; virulence; adjuvants; glyphosate; pathogenicity; surfactants; metabolites; mycotoxins; biological control; application rate; mycoherbicides; British Columbia; Show all 23 Subjects
- ... Fungi were isolated from naturally infected Rubus strigosus, R. parviflorus, and R. spectabilis plants in an attempt to identify biological control agents for these invasive species in reforestation sites. Three endemic fungi, Fusarium avenaceum. Colletotrichum dematium, and a Phomopsis sp., were selected for further study after they were found to induce >50% leaf area necrosis when inoculated ont ...
- de Luna, L.Z.; Kennedy, A.C.; Hansen, J.C.; Paulitz, T.C.; Gallagher, R.S.; Fuerst, E.P.
- Plant health progress 2011 v.12 no.1
- Gibberella avenacea, etc ; Fusarium culmorum; plant pathogenic fungi; decay fungi; Avena fatua; grass weeds; seeds; seed dormancy; buried seeds; agricultural soils; weed control; Show all 11 Subjects
- ... Wild oat is a serious weed in cereals that is difficult to control due to long-term survival in the weed seed bank. The mycobiota associated with dormant wild oat (Avena fatua L.) seeds buried for six months in a no-till wheat field were evaluated for their caryopsis decay potential. Of the 118 representative isolates tested, only 15% were found to have caryopsis decay potential. One isolate of Fu ...