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Corticium rolfsii a new potential pathogen causing boll rot of gossypium hirsutum



Corticium rolfsii a new potential pathogen causing boll rot of gossypium hirsutum



Zeitschrift fuer Pflanzenkrankheiten und Pflanzenschutz 98(1): 80-83



A boll rot disease accompanied by necrosis and rotting of bolls in cotton growth in the Cotton Breeding Station, Caimbatore [India], is reported. The fungus isolated from affected tissues was identified as Corticium rolfsii hitherto considered as a soil-borne pathogen. The basidiospores appear to be potentially pathogenic to the bolls of cotton grown under stressing conditions. Under these conditions, the disease is capable to jeopardize the production of cotton.

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