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The influence of N- and Ca- sources on pathogenicity of Phytophthora cinnamomi and of Ca-sources on resistance of avocado roots to infection by the fungus



The influence of N- and Ca- sources on pathogenicity of Phytophthora cinnamomi and of Ca-sources on resistance of avocado roots to infection by the fungus



Yearbook South African Avocado Growers' Association 13: 61-62



Saprophytic growth of the fungus indicated that pathogenicity was not enhanced by the addition of N- or Ca-sources to the basal growth medium. When mycelium from N- or Ca-enriched medium was used to inoculate blue lupin (Lupinus angustifolius) seedlings, pathogenicity was reduced. The detached root technique was used to determine the effect of Ca treatments on susceptibility of avocado seedling roots to P. cinnamomi.

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