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  • proper n. A taxonomic genus within the family Mycosphaerellaceae — various fungi that cause leaf spot on crops.


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  • Spitz knows her tomatoes get a fungal disease called Septoria leaf spot every year. stories: News

  • Several have resistance to diseases such as powdery mildew, leaf rust, net blotch, Septoria, scald, spot blotch, loose smut, barley yellow dwarf virus, and barley stripe mosaic virus.

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  • However, as a precaution against possible future outbreaks, the breeders each year inoculate the triticales in their nurseries with rusts and blotches (Septoria spp.), using inoculum collected from triticale.

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  • The main disease problems have been head diseases (Septoria, Helminthosporium, and scab), premature sprouting, and low test weight.

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  • Triticale has shown good adaptation to Brazil's acid soils and has demonstrated high resistance to mildew, leaf blotch (Septoria), stem rust, and leaf rust.

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  • Phoma oxalidicola, Septoria sp., and Cercospora oxalidiphila.

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  • Cercosporidium depressum, Septoria apii, and Gloeosporium sp.

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  • = = -- This disease, which is caused by a minute fungus (= Septoria apii =, Chester), is capable of inflicting serious damage to the Celery crop unless prompt measures are taken to exterminate it.

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  • = Leaf spot = (_Septoria lycopersici_ Speg.) has been widely prevalent and injurious during recent years.

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  • Spitz's other Septoria control method is to plant a few more plants than she thinks she needs. stories: News


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