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First report ofColletotrichum acutatum andC. gloeosporioides causing leaf spots of olives (Olea europaea) in Australia
We report the occurrence ofColletotrichum acutatum andC. gloeosporioides on leaves of olives (Olea europaea) for the first time in Australia.
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Evidence of early flower infection in olives (Olea europaea) byColletotrichum acutatum andC. gloeosporioides causing anthracnose disease
New evidence is provided for early asymptomatic infection of flowers of olive varieties Barnea and Manzanillo byColletotrichum acutatum andC. gloeosporioides. Asymptomatic infection of olive flowersExpand
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Botryosphaeria stevensii infection of Pinot Noir grapevines by soil-root transmission
Botryosphaeria grapevine die-back is usually caused by infection of wounds in aerial parts of the grapevine. However, this study shows that Botryosphaeria stevensii infection can also be initiatedExpand
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Species of Pestalotiopsis and related genera occurring on grapevines in Australia
Descriptions of several appendage-bearing coelomycetes such as Pestalotiopsis and related genera occurring on grapevines in Australia are given. Species isolated included Pestalotiopsis uvicola, P.Expand
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First report ofPseudocercospora cladosporioides on olive (Olea europaea) berries in Australia
Berry rot caused byPseudocercospora cladosporioides is reported for the first time onOlea europaea in Australia.
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First report of anilinopyrimidine-resistant phenotypes in Botrytis cinerea on grapevines in Australia
Anilinopyrimidine-resistant phenotypes of Botrytis cinerea are recorded for the first time in Australian vineyards. The frequency of resistance among the 910 isolates obtained during 1997/98,Expand
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Survival of Phomopsis viticola in grapevine cuttings after hot water treatment
Hot water treatment (HWT) at 50°C for 30 min reduced the survival of Phomopsis viticola in infected grapevine cuttings from 75.6% to 0.7%. Submerging cuttings in chlorinated water did not affectExpand
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The use of fluorochromes to determine the effect of chlorine dioxide on survival of Plasmopara viticola on grapevine
A technique using fluorochromes was developed to quantify the survival of Plasmopara viticola on the leaves of grapevine cv. Chardonnay following application of chlorine dioxide (ClO2). The stainingExpand
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First report of Macrophomina phaseolina on olives (Olea europaea) in Australia
Macrophomina phaseolina was isolated from diseased olive roots. This is the first record on this host in Australia. Infection studies demonstrated that two isolates of the fungus were capable ofExpand
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