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Epidemiology and prevention of Diplodia stem-end rot of ripe mango fruits


, : Epidemiology and prevention of Diplodia stem-end rot of ripe mango fruits. Acta Horticulturae (24): 235-236

Uninjured mango fruits exposed to D. natalensis became infected through the exposed end of the pedicel or the pedicel scar. Dead twigs and bark were the primary sources of inoculum. Fruit with and without pedicels, left uncovered in the orchard after harvest, developed 9% and 24%, respectively, stem-end rot on ripening.


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