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Charcoal rot of sesame, caused by Macrophomina phaseoli, in different regions of Mexico


, : Charcoal rot of sesame, caused by Macrophomina phaseoli, in different regions of Mexico. Agrociencia (43): 71-79

Of 11 varieties tested by inoculation in Iguala, southern Mexico, six were resistant and five susceptible to M. phaseoli Differences in the response of varieties to isolates from different parts of the country suggested the existence of distinct physiological races.

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