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Developmental and ecological studies of stain-like symptoms caused by Colletotrichum spp. and other fungi on persimmon fruits



Developmental and ecological studies of stain-like symptoms caused by Colletotrichum spp. and other fungi on persimmon fruits



Bulletin of the Nara Agricultural Experiment Station (10): 53-63



Small brown stains on persimmon fruits were found to be caused by a Colletotrichum sp. and less often by Alternaria sp. Fusarium spp. and Phomopsis spp. were also isolated but were considered non-pathogenic. Fuyu, Matsumoto-wase and Izu were the most susceptible cvs. Hiratanenashi and Jiro were little affected.

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