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Occurrence of latent monilinia laxa infections on plums peaches and apricots


Occurrence of latent monilinia laxa infections on plums peaches and apricots



Phytophylactica 21(1): 35-38



A study was made of the occurrence of latent or quiescent Monilinia laxa infections on some fruit inoculated at different phenological stages in the orchard. No quiescent infections were observed. Latent infections occurred frequently on apricots (5.3%) and peaches (3.1%), but plums were highly resistant to infection throughout the growing season. The incidence of latent infections of plums during two consecutive seasons was very low (0.9% in 1985/86; 1.2% in 1986/87). According to the investigation, long term latent infections do not appear to contribute significantly to post-harvest Monilinia laxa rot of plums.

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