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First Report of Myrothecium verrucaria from Muskmelon Seeds


Plant Disease 83(6): 589
First Report of Myrothecium verrucaria from Muskmelon Seeds
The cultural characteristics of M. verrucaria, isolated from muskmelon seeds of Charentais-T, a cultivar used as a differential host with no resistance to Fusarium oxysporum f.sp. melonis races, are described. Pathogenicity was confirmed by coating seeds of Charentais-T with M. verrucaria conidia, placing the coated seeds onto water agar and onto sterile moist blotters in 9-cm Petri dishes and incubating at 28 degrees C in the dark.

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