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Control of black leaf spots of Bodhi tree


Control of black leaf spots of Bodhi tree



Plant Pathology Bulletin 12(2): 137-140



The black leaf spots of Bodhi trees (Ficus religiosa) caused by Phyllachora repens were found on the National Chung Hsing University Campus in Taiwan in 1999. The diseased trees resulted in severe defoliation out of season. The obligate parasite produced teleomorph state and spermogonia, while no anamorph was found. Ascospores collected from the natural infected leaves commenced germination in water at the 2nd h and attained 98% germination after incubation at room temperature.

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