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DISTRIBUTION OF RHIZOCTONIA SOLANI AG 2-2 INTRASPECIFIC GROUPS IN THE RED RIVER VALLEY AND SOUTHERN MINNESOTA

@inproceedings{Brantner2008DISTRIBUTIONOR,
  title={DISTRIBUTION OF RHIZOCTONIA SOLANI AG 2-2 INTRASPECIFIC GROUPS IN THE RED RIVER VALLEY AND SOUTHERN MINNESOTA},
  author={Jason R. Brantner and Carol E. Windels},
  year={2008}
}
Rhizoctonia root and crown rot (RRCR) of sugarbeet is caused by the soilborne fungus Rhizoctonia solani. The fungus is composed of genetically isolated populations called anastomosis groups or AGs (3). The AG population causing RRCR of sugarbeet is R. solani AG 2-2, which is further divided into the intraspecific groups (ISGs) AG 22 IIIB and AG 2-2 IV. Both ISGs cause RRCR on sugarbeet, but AG 2-2 IV is reported as the primary cause (3, 5), while AG 2-2 IIIB is the more aggressive population (4… 

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