First Report of Diplodia seriata, the Anamorph of "Botryosphaeria" obtusa, Causing Fruit Rot of Olive in Spain.

@article{Moral2008FirstRO,
  title={First Report of Diplodia seriata, the Anamorph of "Botryosphaeria" obtusa, Causing Fruit Rot of Olive in Spain.},
  author={Juan Moral and Francisca Luque and Antonio Trapero},
  journal={Plant disease},
  year={2008},
  volume={92 2},
  pages={
          311
        }
}
  • Juan Moral, Francisca Luque, Antonio Trapero
  • Published in Plant disease 2008
  • Biology, Medicine
  • In October, 2006, 1,000 olive fruits (Olea europaea) were collected to study latent infections of Colletotrichum spp., causal agent of anthracnose, in an olive orchard in Córdoba Province (southern Spain). The fruits were incubated at 22 to 24°C and 100% relative humidity. Thirteen percent of the fruits showed a black rot that covered part or all of the fruit and pycnidia formed on the fruit surface. The fungus most consistently isolated from affected fruits was identified as Diplodia seriata… CONTINUE READING

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