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Compendium of citrus diseases.
Compendium of citrus diseases , Compendium of citrus diseases , مرکز فناوری اطلاعات و اطلاع رسانی کشاورزی
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Iprodione resistance of Alternaria alternata pv. citri from Minneola Tangelo in Israel and Florida
In an orchard of Minneola tangelo at Suffa, Israel, where iprodione had been used in the preceding 3 years, iprodione treatments in the current season failed to control Alternaria brown spot, causedExpand
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First Report of Alternaria Brown Spot of Minneola Tangelo in Turkey
Minneola tangelo, a hybrid of Dancy tangerine and Duncan grapefruit, is widely grown in Turkey for export to Europe. In 1995, 2,000 ha of diseased Minneola tangelo trees were observed in the CukurovaExpand
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Where have all the flowers gone? Postbloom fruit drop of citrus in the Americas.
Postbloom fruit drop (PFD), caused primarily by Colletotrichum acutatum, is a serious disease annually in the humid tropical citrus areas of the Americas and occurs more sporadically in the humidExpand
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Brown spot of tangerine hybrid cultivars Minneola, Page and Fortune caused by Alternaria alternata in Iran
);and Fortune (C. tangerina × C. clementina) was observed in theMazandaran Province of Iran in summer 2002. Brown, necrotic lesionssurrounded by yellow halos, characteristic of alternaria brown spotExpand
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Evaluation of the Alter-Rater model for spray timing for control of Alternaria brown spot on Murcott tangor in Brazil
Abstract Alternaria brown spot, caused by Alternaria alternata, recently appeared in Brazil and is now causing serious damage to Murcott tangors in Sao Paulo State. The Alter-Rater model and otherExpand
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Response to “Potential distribution of citrus black spot in the United States based on climatic conditions”, Er et al. 2013
The publication hereafter referred to as Er et al. (Er et al. 2013) conflicts with worldwide observations that citrus black spot (CBS) caused by Phyllosticta citricarpa occurs exclusively in climatesExpand
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