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Host range and ecology of Orobanche ramosa in Texas. Final Report-Part I for the period ending May 31, 1982; prepared for the USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, Plant Protection and Quarantine Programs under Cooperative Agreement No. 12-16-5-2244



Host range and ecology of Orobanche ramosa in Texas. Final Report-Part I for the period ending May 31, 1982; prepared for the USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, Plant Protection and Quarantine Programs under Cooperative Agreement No. 12-16-5-2244



Host range and ecology of Orobanche ramosa in Texas Final Report Part I for the period ending May 31, 1982; prepared for the USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, Plant Protection and Quarantine Programs under Cooperative Agreement No 12-16-5-2244: 30



A survey in Karnes county, Texas, indicated that Engelmannia pinnatifida is the preferred host of O. ramosa, which was almost never found where E. pinnatifida was not present. On grazed land O. ramosa was not found, perhaps because E. pinnatifida is a preferred fodder plant. Where O. ramosa was present it appeared to attack all broadleaved plants. Infestations were largely confined to roadsides, being particularly heavy around bridges and culverts, driveways and steep banks.

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