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Behaviour of the pathogen of black root rot of cotton in the soil



Behaviour of the pathogen of black root rot of cotton in the soil



Mikologiya i Fitopatologiya 14(1): 56-58



In sterile soil Thielaviopsis basicola grew 3 cm in 2 days, then 9 cm in 6-7 days. In non-sterile soil the fungus grew 2 cm during the first 2 days and later as in the sterile soil. It could not grow on the soil surface. In sterile soil chlamydospore and endoconidial germination was >60%. In non-sterile soil in nature chlamydospore germination was inhibited by soil fungistasis, but endoconidia germinated up to 20%.

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