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Ana Fita, Belén Picó, Rita C.S. Dias, and Fernando Nuez

. cannonballus in comparison with susceptible genotypes ( Picó et al., 2008 ). M. cannonballus causes brown discoloration of the roots, which can evolve into rot and even lead to necrosis of the whole root system. Affected roots are unable to supply the vine

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Vance M. Whitaker, Luis F. Osorio, Natalia A. Peres, Zhen Fan, Mark Herrington, M. Cecilia do Nascimento Nunes, Anne Plotto, and Charles A. Sims

. Inoculation and rating methods for angular leaf spot (caused by Xanthomonas fragariae ), anthracnose fruit rot (caused by Colletotrichum acutatum ), charcoal rot (caused by Macrophomina phaseolina ), Phytophthora crown rot (caused by Phytophthora cactorum

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Kevin M. Crosby, John L. Jifon, and Daniel I. Leskovar

addressed some of the major limitations to sustainable production of high-quality melon crops in Texas. These include susceptibility to various diseases such as gummy stem blight, Monosporascus root rot and vine decline, powdery mildew, downy mildew, and

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Steven A. Fennimore, Frank N. Martin, Thomas C. Miller, Janet C. Broome, Nathan Dorn, and Ian Greene

the time of transplanting. Levels of this pathogen increased in two of 16 plots. In contrast, the levels of P. ultimum increased in two of eight non-treated plots and decreased in three of eight. At TCR, a Macrophomina phaseolina (charcoal rot

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Michelle L. Paynter, Elizabeth Czislowski, Mark E. Herrington, and Elizabeth A.B. Aitken

, Macrophomina phaseolina , Phytophthora species, Pythium species, Rhizoctonia fragariae , and Verticillium species. Crown and root diseases of strawberry are considered a serious problem to strawberry production with 10% of plant death in QLD and up to 50

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Dong Sub Kim, Mark Hoffmann, Steven Kim, Bertha A. Scholler, and Steven A. Fennimore

charcoal rot disease ( Macrophomina phaseolina ) in strawberry Crop Prot. 67 279 286 Cottrell, H.J. 1947 Tetrazolium salt as a seed germination indicator Nature 159 748 Daugovish, O. Howell, A. Fennimore, S. Koike, S. Gordon, T. Subbarao, K. 2016 Non

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Andrés Cáceres, Gorka Perpiña, María Ferriol, Belén Picó, and Carmina Gisbert

, Y. Huh, Y.C. Park, D.K. Mun, B. Lee, S. Um, Y. 2014 Greenhouse evaluation of melon rootstock resistance to Monosporascus root rot and vine decline as well as of yield and fruit quality in grafted “Inodorus” melons Kor. J. Soc. Hort. Sci. 32 5 614

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Diánez Fernando, Santos Milagrosa, Carretero Francisco, and Marín Francisco

experiment, testing the ability of four T. harzianum isolates to control charcoal rot ( Macrophomina phaseolina ) of melons, Trichoderma treatments increased the total yield by 5.8% to 8.9% compared with the untreated control. Recently, Diánez et al

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Zongyu Li, R. Karina Gallardo, Wendy Hoashi-Erhardt, Vicki A. McCracken, Chengyan Yue, and Lisa Wasko DeVetter

sp.), fusarium ( Fusarium oxysporum ), and charcoal rot ( Macrophomina phaseolina ) were the least important. Washington growers ranked phytophthora crown rot ( Phytophthora cactorum ) as most important, followed by red stele; charcoal rot was least

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Chieri Kubota, Michael A. McClure, Nancy Kokalis-Burelle, Michael G. Bausher, and Erin N. Rosskopf

tolerance to charcoal rot ( Macrophomina phaselina ) (C. Kubota et al., unpublished data). Other rootstock information missing but critical in applications to North America is efficacy over root-knot nematode (RKN) ( Meloidogyne spp.). Many tomato