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- environmental conditions (cold and sun) Tomato anthracnose, caused by the fungus Colletotrichum coccodes Willow anthracnose, caused by the fungus Marssonina salicicola...
- borivilianum, basil, chickpea and pepper as well as dieback in pigeonpea and anthracnose in poinsettia. Colletotrichum capsici has a broad host range, but prefers...
- Pecan anthracnose is a fungal disease of pecan trees caused by the ascomycete Glomerella cingulata (Stoneman) Spauld. & H. It is a widespread disease...
- teleomorphic phase whose anamorphic phase, Colletotrichum graminicola, causes anthracnose in many cereal species including maize and wheat. Corn is affected in...
- The offspring were evaluated following several years of exposure to anthracnose infection. Two selections, 'Columbia' and 'Liberty', were released in...
- Colletotrichum coccodes is a plant pathogen, which causes anthracnose on tomato and black dot disease of potato. Fungi survive on crop debris and disease...
- cups. Other diseases include citrus pink disease, bacterial heart rot, anthracnose, fungal heart rot, root rot, black rot, butt rot, fruitlet core rot,...
- agent of anthracnose on grape. This type of anthracnose affects several plant varieties, including some brambles and wine grapes. Grape anthracnose can be...
- 'Plena' – double white bracts; spot anthracnose-resistant. 'Purple Glory' – red bracts; purple foliage; spot anthracnose-resistant but susceptible to stem...
- gloeosporioides. This pathogen is a significant problem world wide, causing anthracnose and fruit rotting diseases on hundreds of economically important hosts...
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