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Relationship of temperature and humidity to development of Mycosphaerella lesions on chrysanthemum



Relationship of temperature and humidity to development of Mycosphaerella lesions on chrysanthemum



Phytopathology 62(10): 1195-1196



Lesions of M. ligulicola on the Fred Shoesmith were indeterminate and enlarged under favourable conditions. The lesion development/temp. curve was similar to that obtained with linear growth on PDA (min. >3 deg , opt. 26 deg and max. 30 deg C) but had a slightly narrower temp. range.

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