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Susceptibility of three citrus species (Citrus spp.) to gummosis caused by isolates of Dothiorella gregaria



Susceptibility of three citrus species (Citrus spp.) to gummosis caused by isolates of Dothiorella gregaria



Summa Phytopathologica 22(3/4): 211-214



The behaviour of Valencia sweet orange, Ponkan mandarin and Murcot tangor on Rangpur lime rootstock to 2 D. gregaria isolates was evaluated by field inoculations. The citrus species differed in susceptibility, and pathogenicity of the isolates was statistically the same. Ponkan mandarin was the most affected, showing a lesion index (LI) of 14.48 cmsuperscript 2, followed by Murcot tangor (LI=8.76 cmsuperscript 2) and Valencia (LI=5.22 cmsuperscript 2).

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