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Control of cane blight (Leptosphaeria coniothyrium) in red raspberry following mechanical harvesting






Acta Horticulturae (60): 35-40

Control of cane blight (Leptosphaeria coniothyrium) in red raspberry following mechanical harvesting

The distribution and frequency of vascular lesions due to infection by L. coniothyrium was recorded in primocanes from mechanically harvested plots of 4 red raspberry cvs which received fungicide sprays after each of 4 harvests. The catching-plates wounded the same number of canes in both stooled and hedgerow plots but more were wounded in the latter by the vibrating fingers. The same percentage of damaged canes became infected in both types of plot.


Accession: 000326225



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