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A study of smoulder (Sclerotinia narcissicola Greg.) of narcissus in northern Scotland


, : A study of smoulder (Sclerotinia narcissicola Greg.) of narcissus in northern Scotland. Acta Horticulturae (47): 125-129

Results of trials indicated that narcissus infection with S. narcissicola may reduce bulb yield and flower size. Symptoms in foliage and bulbs are more noticeable under wet than dry soil conditions. The disease is most prevalent in multiple bulbs and in the progeny of multiple bulbs. No evidence was obtained of transmission of infection by the bulb mite Rhizoglyphus echinopus.


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