First Report of Black Stem Caused by Botryosporium longibrachiatum on Sweet Basil in Korea.

@article{Park2013FirstRO,
  title={First Report of Black Stem Caused by Botryosporium longibrachiatum on Sweet Basil in Korea.},
  author={J. H. Park and M. J. Park and K. S. Han and H. D. Shin},
  journal={Plant disease},
  year={2013},
  volume={97 3},
  pages={
          425
        }
}
Sweet basil, Ocimum basilicum L., is cultivated mainly for fresh consumption in Korea. In March 2009, in Icheon, Korea, several dozen plants showing symptoms of black stems were found in an organic farm that used polyethylene tunnels for production. The black stems were usually covered with a fungus that gave the appearance of hoar-frost on the stems, especially when plants were grown under a cool and humid environment. According to the farmer, black stems appear during the winter season of… 

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