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Species composition and pathogenicity of the causal agents of Fusarium wilt of carnation

Species composition and pathogenicity of the causal agents of Fusarium wilt of carnation

Mikologiya i Fitopatologiya 24(6): 572-576

During observations conducted in greenhouses in Leningrad, USSR, White Sim, Tanga, William Sim and Lena carnations were adversely affected by F. wilt particularly towards the second year of growth. F. oxysporum f.sp. dianthi was most frequently isolated from the diseased plants, followed by F. avenaceum F. moniliforme F. sporotrichiella and F. solani. F. o. f.sp. dianthi and F. sporotrichioides were the most pathogenic and G. avenacea was the least pathogenic on carnation.

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