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Morphology and host range of Polymyxa graminis, Polymyxa betae, and Ligniera pilorum from Ontario and some other areas



Morphology and host range of Polymyxa graminis, Polymyxa betae, and Ligniera pilorum from Ontario and some other areas



Canadian Journal of Plant Pathology 1(2): 85-94



Ont., Ind. and Ky. P. graminis isolates grew well, without causing much necrosis, in wheat, barley and rye, and grew moderately or slightly in Agropyron repens, Bromus inermis, B. tectorum, and Hordeum jubatum among >50 cultivated plants and weeds tested. P. betae from Ont. severely infected and caused root necrosis in spinach and Chenopodium album, and slightly infected C. capitatum and Atriplex hortensis; sugar beet and garden beet were infected in only one soil.

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DOI: 10.1080/07060667909501468


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