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Studies on the etiology of blackening of horseradish roots



Studies on the etiology of blackening of horseradish roots



Biuletyn Warzywniczy 20: 241-258



Experiments were carried out under laboratory, greenhouse and field conditions. The disorder appeared common in 3 horseradish growing areas and it increased during the growing season. A large number of isolates of microorganisms were obtained from the affected roots but none caused blackening symptoms after artificial inoculation. Some relationship between root blackening and the presence of wounds was observed.

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