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A method for estimating spore numbers of Erysiphe cruciferarum using infra-red reflectance analysis



A method for estimating spore numbers of Erysiphe cruciferarum using infra-red reflectance analysis



Cruciferae Newsletter (8): 40-42



Eight swede cultivars were grown in a glasshouse and inoculated with E. cruciferarum at the 2-3 leaf stage. After 33 days the numbers of spores present were estimated using infrared reflectance analysis and haemocytometer counts. The correlation coefficient between the two methods was very high.

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