Distribution and Survival of Ascochyta Blight Pathogens in Field-Pea-Cropping Soils of Australia.

@article{Davidson2011DistributionAS,
  title={Distribution and Survival of Ascochyta Blight Pathogens in Field-Pea-Cropping Soils of Australia.},
  author={Jaime A. Davidson and Marzena Krysinska-Kaczmarek and C. J. Wilmshurst and Andy Mckay and Herdina and Eileen S. Scott},
  journal={Plant disease},
  year={2011},
  volume={95 10},
  pages={
          1217-1223
        }
}
Phoma koolunga, Didymella pinodes, and P. medicaginis var. pinodella were detected in DNA extracted from soil following field pea crops across four states in the southeastern and western regions of Australia. P. koolunga was commonly detected in soil from South Australia but rarely in other states whereas D. pinodes plus P. medicaginis var. pinodella were widespread in all regions tested. The quantity of DNA of these pathogens detected in soils prior to growing field pea was positively… CONTINUE READING
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