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Observations on the pathogenesis and epidemiology of tomato (Lycopersicum esculentum Mill.) wilt due to Alternaria alternata f.sp. lycopersici Grogan, Kimble & Misaghi

, : Observations on the pathogenesis and epidemiology of tomato (Lycopersicum esculentum Mill.) wilt due to Alternaria alternata f.sp. lycopersici Grogan, Kimble & Misaghi. Studi Sassaresi, III 29: 61-66

The fungus was isolated from seeds of Earlypak tomato, on which it causes a serious wilt in the glasshouse in Sardinia. Conidia spread from infected to adjacent healthy plants. Removal of infected plant litter and soil sterilization are recommended.

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