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Effect of different soil humidity on the development of potato smut (Angiosorus solani) in two potato varieties (Solanum tuberosum) under greenhouse conditions



Effect of different soil humidity on the development of potato smut (Angiosorus solani) in two potato varieties (Solanum tuberosum) under greenhouse conditions



Agricultura Tecnica 60(4): 313-319



The effects of soil humidity (20-25 and 50-55%) on the development of A. solani in potato cultivars Mirka and Cardinal (resistant and susceptible, respectively) were studied under greenhouse conditions. There were no significant variations (P<=0.05) between treatments for emergence and for the number of tubers that emerged 12 days after planting. The period from emergence to harvest was longer at higher humidity.

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