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Occurrence and Pathogenicity of Foliar Pathogens on Cucurbits in South Carolina with Special Emphasis on Stagonosporopsis and Stachybotriaceae On Watermelon
- Gabriel Rennberger
Correlation of trichome density and length and polyphenol fluorescence with susceptibility of five cucurbits to Didymella bryoniae
This is the first study in which trichome morphology and polyphenol autofluorescence in inoculated cucurbit leaves were correlated with susceptibility to D. bryoniae.
Occurrence of Foliar Pathogens of Watermelon on Commercial Farms in South Carolina Estimated with Stratified Cluster Sampling.
A survey of foliar pathogens of watermelon based on two-stage cluster sampling was conducted on commercial farms in South Carolina in spring 2015, spring and fall 2016, and fall 2017. In total, 60…
Factors Influencing the Occurrence of Foliar Pathogens in Commercial Watermelon Fields in South Carolina Based on Stratified Cluster Sampling.
The influence of environmental and management factors on the occurrence of foliar pathogens of watermelon was analyzed using survey-sampling data collected from commercial farms in South Carolina in spring 2015 and spring and fall 2016, and there was a consistent increased probability of occurrence of Stagonosporopsis spp.
Susceptibility of Fourteen New Cucurbit Species to Gummy Stem Blight Caused by Stagonosporopsis citrulli Under Field Conditions.
The importance of crown cankers as reproductive sites for S. citrulli is demonstrated, as the most susceptible species also were most suitable for reproduction of the pathogen and had the fastest disease progression.
Powdery Mildew on Watermelon
In greenhouses powdery mildew can be a serious problem on seedlings of hybrid squash and bottle gourd rootstocks and on watermelon seedlings before and after grafting.
Stachybotriaceae on Cucurbits Demystified: Genetic Diversity and Pathogenicity of Ink Spot Pathogens.
The common name "ink spot" is proposed for the foliar phase of diseases caused by genera within the family Stachybotriaceae, which is descriptive and likely to be accepted by growers to prevent further loss incurred by ink spot.
First Report of Resistance to Boscalid in Podosphaera xanthii, Cucurbit Powdery Mildew, in South Carolina
First Report of Powdery Mildew on Cucumis zambianus, Cucurbita digitata, and Melothria scabra Caused by Podosphaera xanthii in the United States