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Fungi isolated from tobacco leaves and brown-spot lesions before and after flue-curing



Fungi isolated from tobacco leaves and brown-spot lesions before and after flue-curing



Applied Microbiology 16(9): 1309-1313



Of >5, 000 fungi isolated from 3, 240 pieces of nonflue-cured leaf tissue, 89.5% consisted of Alternaria, Cladosporium, Epicoccum, Trichoderma, and Nigrospora. A similar number of samples of flue-cured leaf tissue yielded 2, 494 fungi, of which 70.9% were Alternaria, Cladosporium, Epicoccum, Aspergillus, and Nigrospora. Brown spot lesions from flue-cured tobacco yielded 12 genera and non-flue-cured 14 genera.

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