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Phyllosticta tortilicaudata on Atherosperma moschatum is described as a new species, and P. beaumarisii on Muehlenbeckia adpressa is illustrated for the first time and provided with an expanded description.
When seed of wheat cultivars susceptible to common bunt was contaminated with low concentrations of teliospores (Tilletia laevis and T. tritici) the disease reached epiphytotic proportions in two years. Cultivars with moderate resistance and low initial inoculum levels produced little disease;...
The incidence and distribution of lettuce anthracnose (Microdochium panattonianum) was monitored at three sites at Werribee South, Victoria, in 1985 by means of Field Runner, a stratified random sampling program, installed on a portable microcomputer. The incidence on cv. Winterlake increased...
Sorghum seedlings were used as a bait in a bioassay to quantify Pythium graminicola in soil. P. graminicola was more frequently isolated from seedlings placed in a soil slurry for 24 h than from seedlings grown in infested soils for 7 days. In the 24 h bioassay the frequency of isolation of P....
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