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Effect of flooding and temperature on incidence and severity of safflower seedling rust and viability of puccinia carthami telio spores

Effect of flooding and temperature on incidence and severity of safflower seedling rust and viability of puccinia carthami telio spores

Phytopathology 67(6): 787-790

Soil infested with P. carthami was flooded under different time-temperature regimes in controlled-environment chambers. The incidence and severity of rust on safflower [Carthamus tinctorius] seedlings decreased in soils following flooding under increasing temperature and time. Rust was completely controlled in soil flooded for 4 and 7 days at temperatures maintained at a constant 36 or C. Flooding at day-night temperature regimes of C and C for 4 and 7 days controlled rust in all but the C, 4-day regime. Incidence and severity of rust were markedly reduced after soil was flooded for 7 days at 30 and C and progressively decreased with prolonged flooding at 12, 18 and C. Disease incidence in the field was significantly lower with flooding than without. Viability of teliospores was reduced when they were submersed in water or dispersed on agar at C for 2-14 days. Spores were not viable after a minimum treatment of 4 days in water or on agar at 36 and C. Loss of viability was slower as exposure temperature decreased. When spore suspensions in water at 30 and C for 4 days were aerated, a small increase in germination occurred in subsequent assays.

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