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First report on species of strawberry anthracnose pathogen in Shanghai suburbs and resistance of some strawberry cultivars to anthracnose

First report on species of strawberry anthracnose pathogen in Shanghai suburbs and resistance of some strawberry cultivars to anthracnose

Acta Agriculturae Shanghai 13(2): 75-80

Fourteen isolates of strawberry anthracnose were collected from 8 representative strawberry production sites in the suburbs of Shanghai, China. Based on conidial characteristics, 5 isolates were preliminarily identified as Colletotrichum fragarae and Colletotrichum acutatum. Pathogenicity tests using detached petioles showed that C. fragarae was more pathogenic than C. acutatum.

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