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Studies on storage diseases of fruits and vegetables VII. Factors affecting tomato fruit rot caused by twelve pathogenic fungi



Studies on storage diseases of fruits and vegetables VII. Factors affecting tomato fruit rot caused by twelve pathogenic fungi



Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, India, B 47(3): 172-176



Data are presented on the effect of temp. and RH on fruit rots of var. Type 1 caused by the fungi, and on the variation in the damage done by each pathogen. Low temp. (10 deg C) was generally unfavourable for initiation and development of rot while at 25 and 30 deg it began early and was rapid.

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