Reevaluation of Phomopsis species affecting sunflowers in the United States

@inproceedings{Mathew2011ReevaluationOP,
  title={Reevaluation of Phomopsis species affecting sunflowers in the United States},
  author={Febina M Mathew and Kholoud Mohammad Alananbeh and Nikolay F. Balbyshev and Ernest Heitkamp and Thomas J. Gulya and Samuel Markell},
  year={2011}
}
 Diaporthe stem canker (DSC) frequently causes serious economic damage on sunflowers in other countries, but in the United States (US), only a very low incidence and limited damage occurred before 2010. In 2010, DSC affected 8.7% of the US crop, and yield reductions occurred in isolated fields. While D. helianthi was assumed to be the sole incitant of the disease in the United States, some researchers previously hypothesized more species could be involved in epidemics in other locations. The… CONTINUE READING

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