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Effect of variation in the bacterial spot pathogen of pepper and tomato on control with streptomycin



Effect of variation in the bacterial spot pathogen of pepper and tomato on control with streptomycin



Phytopathology 51(8): 568-571



Erratic control of bacterial spot (Xanthomonas vesicatoria) in south Florida can be caused by variability of the pathogen. Laboratory work found variation in colony type, physiology, and susceptibility to streptomycin. Four isolates, which differed in susceptibility to streptomycin in disc-agar-plate tests, were used to test for control of bacterial spot of pepper in field plots by streptomycin sprays. Two isolates, which were relatively susceptible to streptomycin in plate tests, were controlled by streptomycin sprays, whereas the 2 isolates which were less susceptible to streptomycin in plate tests were not controlled by streptomycin sprays.

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