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The incidence and distribution of Colletotrichum coccodes (Wallr.) S.J. Hughes at stored potato tubers and reactions of various potato varieties against the pathogen at Central Anatolia region



The incidence and distribution of Colletotrichum coccodes (Wallr.) S.J. Hughes at stored potato tubers and reactions of various potato varieties against the pathogen at Central Anatolia region



Journal of Turkish Phytopathology 29(2/3): 53-60



Surveys were conducted in 1990-97 in Turkey to determine the incidence and distribution of C. coccodes in stored potato tubers. The average incidence and distribution rate of the pathogen in the region was 2.61 and 51.47%, respectively. All potato cultivars tested for disease severity (Resy, Marfona, Ausonia, Granola, Cosina, Ilona and Planta) were infected by the fungus and wound diameter on the cultivars was in the range 0.38-1.32 cm.

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