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- Tegta, R.K., et al. Show all 2 Author
- Acta horticulturae 2011 no.890 pp. 491-499
- Coniella; Hypocrea virens; Lantana camara; Melia; Mentha piperita; antagonists; carbendazim; coatings; fruits; fumigants; fumigation; fungal antagonists; fungicides; mint; orchards; pepper; plant extracts; plant fats and oils; plant rots; pomegranates; pulp; spores; surveys; weather; India
- ... Pomegranate is highly susceptible to dry fruit rot caused by Coniella granati (Sacc.) Petrak and Sydow, and the disease has resulted in substantial losses and is threatening the upcoming pomegranate cultivation in Himachal Pradesh. The disease starts on fruits which are half grown or larger. The rot is characterized by softening of the rind and underneath pulp and seed. Ultimately the entire fruit ...