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A host range study of Orrina phyllobia, a potential biocontrol agent of satansbos (Solanum elaeagnifolium) in South Africa



A host range study of Orrina phyllobia, a potential biocontrol agent of satansbos (Solanum elaeagnifolium) in South Africa



Phytophylactica 23(4): 315-317



The susceptibility of 11 Solanum spp. and 4 other related members of the Solanaceae, all found in South Africa, to infection by O. phyllobia was tested under greenhouse and field conditions in 1985-86. The proportion of S. elaeagnifolium, S. coccineum, S. burchellii, S. panduriforme and S. melongena Florida Market that exhibited signs of infection were 100, 56-78, 20-67, 33-56 and 0-78%, resp.

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