Colletotrichum species associated with jute (Corchorus capsularis L.) anthracnose in southeastern China.

  title={Colletotrichum species associated with jute (Corchorus capsularis L.) anthracnose in southeastern China.},
  author={Xiaoping Niu and Hong Gao and Jianmin Qi and Miancai Chen and Aifen Tao and Jiantang Xu and Zhigang Dai and Jianguang Su},
  journal={Scientific reports},
Anthracnose, caused by the Colletotrichum species of fungi, is one of the most serious diseases affecting jute in China. The disease causes chlorotic regions with black brown sunken necrotic pits on the surfaces of stems. In late stages of disease, plants undergo defoliation, dieback and blight, which make anthracnose a major threat to jute fiber production and quality in China. In this study, 7 strains of Colletotrichum fungi were isolated from diseased jute stems from Zhejiang, Fujian… CONTINUE READING
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